Tag Archives: Gender

Sunday Light and Word – Town Like This

Searching the angles of chance Continue reading

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Literary Luminaries: Gender and the Avant-Garde Novelist – Part I

“Beards vs. Vaginas,” the first of a two-part essay about literary fiction, gender, expectation, media bias, and the avant garde. Continue reading

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Allied Forces: Cutting Our Allies Some Slack

Litsa Dremousis makes a compelling case for cutting each other a whole lot more slack. Continue reading

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The Ugliest Tranny at the Uptown

Josh Mohr is the ugliest tranny at The Uptown, but that doesn’t mean he lacks irresistible charm—and all of his teeth for one more day. Continue reading

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Cosmetic Polemic – The New York Dolls, Make-up and Me

For Thom Cuell, the New York Dolls were more than just a garage band from America–they were an unlikely source of inspiration at the very time he most needed it. Continue reading

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I Love the Smell of Testosterone in the Morning

In which Alex Clark comes clean about her unsavoury habit of watching boys fight on the internet. Continue reading

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