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The Sluts

Author : Dennis Cooper
ISBN : 0786716746
Genre : Fiction
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Set largely on the pages of a website where gay male escorts are reviewed by their clients, and told through the postings, emails, and conversations of several dozen unreliable narrators, The Sluts chronicles the evolution of one young escort's date with a satisfied client into a metafiction of pornography, lies, half-truths, and myth. Explicit, shocking, comical, and displaying the author's signature flair for blending structural complexity with direct, stylish, accessible language, The Sluts is Cooper's most transgressive novel since Frisk, and one of his most innovative works of fiction to date.

The Sluts Of Sutton Drive

Author : Joshua Conkel
ISBN : 9781849435390
Genre : Drama
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‘Would you ever want to sit with me in the dark? Just sit with the lights out, barely even touching, maybe not touching at all, and just listen to me breathe?’ Everybody wants a piece of Stephanie Schwartz. Her son’s demanding nuggets, her boyfriend wants her to wax and her best friend’s taking her to a stripping class. Now there’s a rapist on Sutton Drive, an obscene caller invading her home and a portal to hell beneath her sofa. How far must she go to make it all stop? And how far is too far? A heart-breaking, taboo-busting black comedy by Joshua Conkel, ‘the most important queer playwright of his generation’ (Doric Wilson, the Co-Founder of Off-Off-Broadway’s very first theatre, Caffé Cino.)

Macho Sluts

Author : Patrick Califia
ISBN : 9781551523521
Genre : Fiction
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When it was first published in 1988, Patrick Califia's Macho Sluts, a collection of S/M stories set in San Francisco's dyke bathhouses, sex parties, and S/M gay bars, shocked the lesbian community and caused an upheaval in the field of queer publishing. Nobody had ever written so frankly about the kinky potential of woman-to-woman sex (and nobody has ever done it any better). If any book is responsible for the formation of the modern lesbian leather community, this one is it. Despite its graceful language, imaginative scenarios, and abundant humor, the lesbian press trashed Macho Sluts, and it became a focal point for the infamous legal battles between Canada Customs and Little Sister's, the gay and lesbian bookstore. But readers loved it, and to this day Macho Sluts remains a vital and moving classic that still has the power to educate, radicalize, and expand our notions of the body's potential to provide us with pleasure, pain, and love. This new edition, part of Arsenal Pulp Press' Little Sister's Classics series resurrecting classics of LGBT literature, includes a new afterword by the author, and an introduction by Wendy Chapkis, a professor of sociology and women and gender studies at the University of Southern Maine in Portland. Patrick Califia has written many books about radical sex, queer communities, and the repression of desire. Almost ten years ago, Califia transitioned from female to male; he now lives as a bisexual transman in San Francisco.

Witches Sluts Feminists

Author : Kristen J. Sollée
ISBN : 0996485279
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Exposing how "witch" and "slut" are used to police female sexuality, the author rehabilitates these sex positive archetypes.

Bimbo Sluts From Hell

Author : James M. Murphy
ISBN : 9780595356874
Genre : Fiction
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The IPL Corporation is trying to bankrupt their recently acquired subsidiary, Rostor, which would devastate the 256 employees with their millions' worth of stock that they can't sell for another three years. Nancy Joseph organizes six women to stop IPL no matter what it takes.

All Men Are Sluts

Author : Anthony Payton
ISBN : 1500676624
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This book is written with women in mind, but if any of you fellows out there can be honest with yourselves for a few hours, you might benefit from reading it as well, because somewhere on these pages you will likely find a description of yourself. You will find facts as well as humor, irony, vulgarity and just a little bit of exaggeration, but always honesty. If you ladies don't find your boyfriend or husband in this book, please, send me the name of this saint-he is a rare creature. The first person to be called a slut was a dirty and disheveled clod (man) described by Chaucer around 1386. It didn't take long for British culture to turn it around and by 1450 the word "slut" was used solely to characterize a woman of loose morals, although some cool metrosexuals have recently "taken back the word" and now proudly identify themselves as sluts just because they have sex with whomever they please. But here's the deal, people-I'm going with Chaucer, the originator of the word, at least in print. Besides, all of the adjectives that go before "slut" like-filthy, adulterous, sloppy, coarse, and obnoxious-apply a lot more to men than women. Sorry guys; as I say over and over in these pages, women learned how to be sluts from us guys. Men are the real sluts.

Gender Regulation Violence And Social Hierarchies In School

Author : Victoria Rawlings
ISBN : 9781137523020
Genre : Education
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This book investigates the reasons why the traditional psychological understanding of bullying fails those affected, and deconstructs how bullying is shaped by prominent discourse. By drawing on poststructuralist feminist theory Victoria Rawlings highlights the social and cultural inequalities too often forgotten in analysis of aggressive behaviour in schools, and places particular emphasis on gender and sexuality as facilitating and constraining forces within school environments and bullying discourses. This book provides a necessary assessment as to why current anti-bullying approaches are failing, and offers an alternative explanation as to how and why bullying occurs.This is a timely and authoritative study which is based on qualitative research, including interviews and group sessions which are used to emphasize the real-life experiences of young people in schools today. Interdisciplinary in nature, this book has a broad appeal and will be of special interest to scholars in the fields of gender and sexuality studies, sociology, and education.

Dennis Cooper

Author : Paul Hegarty
ISBN : 1845191870
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Dennis Cooper's writing has acquired a ferocious reputation for its bold experimentation and its transgressive content, which is both Romantic and touching, whilst cold and hard-edged. This challenging work is addressed by a group of mostly young and new critical writers and academics who provide creative responses to Cooper's artistry.


Author : Dennis Cooper
ISBN : 9781555847715
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The stunning conclusion to Dennis Cooper's five-book cycle, Period earned its author the accolade "a disquieting genius" by Vanity Fair and praise for his "elegant prose and literary lawlessness" by The New York Times. The culmination of Cooper's explorations into sex and death, youth culture, and the search for the ineffable object of desire, Period is a breathtaking, mesmerizing final statement to the five-book cycle it completes. Cooper has taken his familiar themes -- strangely irresistible and interchangeable young men, passion that crosses into murder, the lure of drugs, the culpabilities of authorship, and the inexact, haunting communication of feeling-and melded them into a novel of flawless form and immense power. Set in a spare, smoke-and-mirror-filled world of secret Web sites, Goth bands, Satanism, pornography, and outsider art, Period is a literary disappearing act as mysterious as it is logical. Obsessive, beautiful, and darkly comic, Period is a stunning achievement from one of America's finest writers.

God Jr

Author : Dennis Cooper
ISBN : 9781555846251
Genre : Fiction
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Dennis Cooper's sparely crafted novels have earned him an international reputation-even as his subject matter has made him a controversial figure. God Jr. is a stunningly accomplished new novel that marks a new phase in Cooper's noteworthy career. God Jr. is the story of Jim, a father who survived the car crash that killed his teenage son Tommy. Tommy was distant, transfixed by video games and pop culture, and a mystery to the man who raised him. Now, disabled by the accident, yearning somehow to absolve his own guilt over the crash, Jim becomes obsessed with a mysterious building Tommy drew repetitively in a notebook before he died. As the fixation grows, Jim starts to take on elements of his son-at the expense of his job and marriage-but is he connecting with who Tommy truly was? A tender, wrenching look at guilt, grief, and the tenuous bonds of family, God Jr. is unlike anything Dennis Cooper has yet written. It is a triumphant achievement from one of our finest writers.

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