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The most visionary book on gender and sexuality today.
A bestseller for decades, this contemporary classic gets a substantial new introduction by the authors.
The Feminist Porn Book celebrates the power of desire, turning the spotlight on an industry where feminism is thriving.
What would a world that matched your values look like? Today's leaders envision the ideal future of feminism.
This experimental novel uses magick spells and inverted fairly tales to combat queer scapegoating, domestic violence, and high-interest student loans.
The original manifestos, calls to arms, and rallying cries of the Riot Grrrl revolution, collected here for the first time.
Unapologetic and necessary, this collection of pop culture criticism takes on beauty parlor politics, Black Lives Matter, and Rihanna.
Raised by immigrants and raising a brown son, Ana Castillo works to find herself as a writer, feminist, and mother.
A riveting, true-to-life play and provocative essays examine rape and bullying culture, offering resources for survivors and bystanders.
It's 1999?and Michelle's world is ending. A dreamlike and dystopian meditation on sobriety, adulthood, and the weird obligations of storytelling.
Beijing Comrades--the first gay novel published in mainland China--is a tale of capitalism, love, power, and secrecy.
This beloved, groundbreaking collection created the necessary coursework to develop the field of black women's studies in the US.
Through their unique hands-on activism, full spectrum doulas provide tangible support for those confronting life, death, and the sticky in-between.
Indie artist and punk queen Brontez Purnell's long-awaited novel is an uninhibited exploration of growing up gay in 1980s Alabama.
A new translation of this classic work: Parsipur is a courageous, talented woman and...a great writer.?Marjane Satrapi
Psychiatric institutions and class difference doom two young lovers from the start in this dark romantic comedy.
Two unlikely friends, cast out of their own families, search for understanding in 1950s Bohemian New York City.
Newly illustrated, these classic tales remind us that girls everywhere have been the heroes of their own stories for centuries.
The essential collection by sex workers on sex work, prostitute rights, and the real media whores who sensationalize them.
Poignant and unfeigned, Death Is Stupid cuts through platitudes and gives an honest voice to children's first brush with death.