The claim that 'LGBT rights are human rights' encounters fierce opposition in many parts of the world, as governments and religious leaders have used resistance to 'LGBT rights' to cast themselves as defenders of traditional values against neo-colonial interference and western d... read more
|Author:||Tiffany Jones (Editor)|
LGBTI & Queer Studies
Bent Street is an annual publication that gathers essays, fiction, poetry, artwork, reflections, letters, blog posts, interviews, and rants, to bring you 'The Year in Queer'.
Bent Street 2 covers aspects of 2018, including... read more
Bent Street is an annual publication that gathers essays, fiction, poetry, artwork, reflections, letters, blog posts, interviews, performance writing and rants to bring you 'The Year in Queer'.
"Bent Street 1 - 2017" covers same-sex marriage, health an education, the meaning of... read more
|Author:||Jonathan Van Ness|
'You're strong, you're a Kelly Clarkson song, you got this.'
Everything that comes out of Jonathan Van Ness's mouth is a gift from god. He's the man who taught us about hair, self-care and CON-FI-DONCE. The Little Book of Sass is a c... read more
In the issue's cover essay, 'Quest and Queerness- Role-Playing Identity', Adolfo Aranjuez writes on sexuality, gender and the trouble with pinning down a satisfactory, and true, sense of self. He settles on queer. 'Queer is fallible but it embodies the very il... read more
This collection of poetry reads like a meditation. It is an ode to the author’s cat, Sufi who adopted her family and shared her house with these devoted human guardians and other felines.
With Wallis’s elegant illustrations and words guiding us through the wonders... read more
Front Cover The legendary 90s Pin-Up James Van Der Beek shot by Leigh Keily
Reversible Cover Our Desert Hot Springs boys Zane and Scotty
JÓN is the TKO - our brand new issue 9, the PIN issue, is inspired by wrestling, super hot desert summers, pin boards... read more
Exploring body and place in ways that are expansive, intimate and playful, Viva the Realcelebrates resilience and continuity in everyday life. Jones' poems offer us a strong, vital voice, charged with her effortlessly rhythmic and resonant lyricism. This collection is both haunted and visceral, and will resonate long after reading.
LGBTI & Queer Studies
Fifty years after the Sexual Offences Act of 1967 decriminalised homosexual acts, Jonathan Dollimore explores, in, through and beyond the gay sub-cultures of cities like New York, Brighton and Sydney, what the new freedoms meant for him and others in the following decades. ... read more
|Author:||Gloria G. Brame, William D. Brame, Jon Jacobs|
BDSM and Kink
A breakthrough in sexual literature, this work is a complete, comprehensive user-friendly guide to and tour through the world of alternative sexual lifestyles. While the topics are exotic and erotic, the authors hand... read more
A former Marine and ex-FBI agent, Joe has seen one too many crime scenes and known too much trauma, and not just in his professional life. Solitary and haunted, he prefers to be invisible. He doesn't allow himself friends or lovers and makes a living rescuing young g... read more
|Author:||Patrick White; Gail Jones (Introduction by)|
Gay & Bi Male Fiction
These six short novels and stories achieve the majesty and power of the best of Patrick White's great novels. They probe beneath the surface of events - a sexual lapse, the unaccustomed climate of a foreign country, interruptions in a cherished routine, a death,... read more