In This Issue

ARTS & GENDER

Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
Battling the Odds

Elliot Feldman
Gender in Hollywood

Michael Bettencourt
The Midwife's Magic Towel

Arthur Meiselman
And In The Beginning...

Nathan Thomas
Observations Of A Large Bald Man
 Buying Women's Clothing

Miles David Moore
All In This Together

Les Marcott
Difficult Men

Claudine Jones
Hard

Patrick Walsh
Portraits of Ladies

Griselda Steiner
Tulips

Kathi Wolfe
Hepburn and Man-Boy Bones

Karren LaLonde Alenier
There Ain't No Answer

Jon Rendell
Gender In Still Life

David Wiley
I will sing for you today

Janine Yasovant
Forbidden Images
(in English and Thai)

Harriet Halliday Renaud
The Facts of Love

 

Blogs

Letters to the Editor
Qreviews
Qué Pasa
The Dressing-Karren Alenier
On Miles David Moore-Miles David Moore
Dr. Barnabas T. Bynum's Travelling
Minstrel Show
-Les Marcott
Nightdances-Arthur Meiselman

 

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