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Set in 1985. Revolves around two very different men with AIDS, one fictional, one fictionalized. Roy Cohn, personifies all the hypocrisy, delusion and callousness of the official response to the plague. The other patient is Prior Walter, who is visited by an angel and deserted by his self-pitying lover, Louis.
Nicholas is born 100 days early and weighs only one pound. This is the story of how a micro-preemie brought a family to its knees. Through the struggle for life, so struggle Nicole and Gwen to keep their family from disintegrating.
Returning home to Montana for her high school reunion, filmmaker Kimberly Reed (previously the school quarterback and now a transgender woman) hopes for reconciliation with her long-estranged adopted brother.
Assembles footage from over 120 films showing the changing face of cinema homosexuality from cruel stereotypes to covert love to the activist cinema of the 1990s. Many actors, writers and commentators provide anecdotes regarding the history of the role of gay men and lesbians on the silver screen.
Harry Hay was the first to propose the idea of Gay men and Lesbians as a cultural minority, the very basis of the Gay movement today. This first collection of Hay's own words - speeches, papers, and interviews - offers invaluable insight into the vision of one man who made it possible for millions to live in freedom and with self-respect. --BOOK JACKET.
Despite the tremendous gains of the LGBT movement in recent years, the history of gay life in this country remains poorly understood. An essential act of historical recovery, Stand by Me shines a bright light on a triumphant moment, and will transform how we think about gay life in America from the 1970s into the present day.
Chronicles the stories of LGBT parents who, in seeking to gain legal recognition of and protection for their relationships with their children, have fundamentally changed how American law defines and regulates parenthood. The law is increasingly recognizing the wide diversity in American familial structures. The Right to be Parents explores why and how that has come to be.
Drawing from over 150 interviews with teens, psychologist Ritch Savin-Williams seeks to separate fact from fiction in this survey of coming-out experiences. He illustrates the range of family reactions and the factors that determine how parents come to terms with the disclosure over time.
Second Son is a story that intimately explores the transition experience of Ryan Salllans, from infant to child, child to body-obsessed teenage girl, teenage girl to eating-disordered young woman, female to male, daughter to son, and finally a beloved partner to a cherished fiance.
A humorous, engaging, and honest guide that helps LGBTQ teens come out to friends and family, navigate their social life, figure out if a crush is also queer, and challenge bigotry and homophobia. Completely revised and updated edition.
A much-needed introduction to life beyond the closet door, Mike Ford's The World Out There: Becoming Part of the Lesbian and Gay Community is the first book for a new generation of young men and women who want to know more about what being part of the gay and lesbian community means.
A deeply engaged study of trans* collegians that reveals the complexities of trans* identities, and how these students navigate the trans* oppression present throughout society and their institutions, create community and resilience, and establish meaning and control in a world that assumes binary genders.
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