BOOK REVIEW: Miss Major Speaks: The Life and Legacy of a Black Trans Revolutionary

March 16, 2023

The ruthless sharp pointed humour gives this memoir a delirious tangy edge and offers you a peek and some insight into Miss Majors gentle inner warmth & pure power which has shaped LGBTQ+ struggles in American for more than fifty years. Miss Major is truly an Icon with  a glorious Legacy!

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BOOK REVIEW: Queer City: Peter Ackroyd

August 1, 2017

Ackroyd connects us modern day queers up with our Celtic and Roman forbearers and all the benders, faggots, dykes,  trannies, queers, inverts, perverts, queens, Ganymede’s, sappho’s, cross dressers, gender twisters, fops, dandies, genderqueers and utterly baroque non binary beauties (and run of the mill) gay boys in between. Who were all after the same things, same sex love, identity on their own terms and sex and often going about it in surprisingly familiar ways.

A seriously good Queer read.  Validating, interesting and endlessly fascinating.

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