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Ecstasy Club : A Novel by Douglas Rushkoff

A juicy tale of the early 90s San Francisco psychedelic scene. Includes true romance, slush-brained philosophizing, curious humor, intoxicating party scenes and every drug known to man. A compelling, can't-put-it-down read.

Rudy Rucker, author of The Hacker and the Ants and Live Robots

Hardcover - 320 pages (May 1997)
Harpercollins; ISBN: 0060173092 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.08 x 8.56 x 5.75

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Gay Sex : A Manual for Men Who Love Men by Jack Hart

We live in a world obsessed with (and appalled by) sex. Open any magazine--certainly any gay male magazine--and you will find it clogged with sexualized images. But a fundamental, hardcore American puritanism still prevents open, honest, and useful discussions of sexuality. While this is true for heterosexuality, it is even more so for gay men and lesbians. Jack Hart's Gay Sex is a fine, witty, and eminently reasonable guide to being a sexually active gay man in the world today. Like Felice Picano and Charles Silverstein's The New Joy of Gay Sex (a classic in the field), Hart's book is an all-purpose guide to living a sexually energetic and fulfilling life. Gay Sex gives gay men all they need to know, from tips on how to meet men (in bars, on the Net, in the street) to negotiating safe sex (from talking to finding the right condom) to dealing with relationships (be it sex-buddy or monogamous). There are also discussions on the mental-health aspects of masturbation, fantasy, dating, bondage, S/M, recreational drugs, role-playing, and general physical well-being. Hart's writing is clear, concise, and informative; he never overloads the reader with too much scientific information or confusing detail and never adopts a patronizing or moralizing tone. By treating sex as a vital and exhilarating aspect of everyday life, he manages to both introduce these topics to the novice in unthreatening and helpful ways and inform and enlighten those who have been out and about for years. --Michael Bronski
Paperback - 192 pages Revised edition (October 1998) Alyson Pubns; ISBN: 155583468X ;
Dimensions (in inches): 0.60 x 10.01 x 7.03

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ALYSON PUBLICATIONS

publishes books for gay teens, gay men and lesbians, and their children. Exploring the political, legal, financial, medical, spiritual, social, and sexual aspects of gay and lesbian life, Alyson books reflect the rich diversity of gay life in America.
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 Queer 13 : Lesbian and Gay Writers Recall Seventh Grade

by Clifford Chase (Editor)
"A brilliant idea, brilliantly done: QUEER 13 is loaded with all the urgent, glorious nightmares and dreams of adolescence. Cliff Chase has compiled a necessary book of the achy, the lewd, and the hilarious, certain to strike whole octaves of nostalgia in all who read it." - Scott Heim
Hardcover - 288 pages 1 Ed edition (September 1998)
Rob Weisbach Book; ISBN: 0688158110 ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.03 x 9.53 x 6.41

GAY OLD GIRLS by Zsa Zsa Gershick

'What would it have been like to be a lesbian in 1920s Alabama? 1940s New York? 1950s Texas? In this lively and fascinating oral history, Zsa Zsa Gershick introduces us to 9 remarkable women ranging in age from from 60 to 85, who open their memories and provide unforgettable glimpses on the daring pioneers who paved the way for gay liberation.
Paperback - 288 pages 1 edition (November 1998)
Alyson Pubns; ISBN: 1555834760 ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.53 x 8.50 x 5.38