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Blurred Lines A growing phenomenon in the queer community is rejecting the strict confines of the gender binary The need to be all boy or all girl all the time or to feel like one or the other at all is a restricti

  • Title: Blurred Lines
  • Author: Kathleen Tudor Caitlin Ricci K. Lynn Jasmine Gower Sian Hart
  • ISBN: 9781627570916
  • Page: 479
  • Format: ebook
  • A growing phenomenon in the queer community is rejecting the strict confines of the gender binary The need to be all boy or all girl all the time or to feel like one or the other at all is a restriction on free gender expression What does it look like when someone blazes their own path through gender roles Wearing, saying, and doing what they want, even when it causA growing phenomenon in the queer community is rejecting the strict confines of the gender binary The need to be all boy or all girl all the time or to feel like one or the other at all is a restriction on free gender expression What does it look like when someone blazes their own path through gender roles Wearing, saying, and doing what they want, even when it causes confusion or discomfort to others It takes a strong personality to defy societal norms, and this collection brings together several of them.In Werebears and Water, Rayce and his boyfriend, Vince, take a break from their busy college lives to visit a WereCon, where they hope to meet others like themselves Most of the attendees are players and posers, but when a sexy spitfire of a girl named Maia comes to share their room after a hotel mix up, they will find that she s everything they were looking for and everything they didn t even know they were looking for.Tony tends bar, and whether he s in a suit and tie or a mini skirt and glitter, he can handle anything from sarcastic comments to the drunk and disorderly except for the gorgeous George, whose comfort level with Tony s gender fluidity is a little fluid itself Experience has taught Tony to expect the worst, and he s not about to risk his heart on someone who can t love him, tits and all Only by Defying Expectations can George win the fair bartender s heart.Then, in Red Blood, White Blood, Chee, once known as Chen, has sought the guidance of her tribe s spirit creatures, and has received and unorthodox message she will not receive the totem s blessing to become a hunter, because that is a man s duty and, despite her body, she is no man Her horrified family sends her away to another tribe, where a wise woman may have a cure for her strange malady but the wise woman s cure is acceptance As Chee teaches Taki, a boy with a similar dilemma and a woman s body , the ways of men, she learns her own place as a woman of her new tribe, both publicly and in the privacy of a darkened hut.Finally, Of All the Days to wear the tits, Vesh chose the day ze tried to finger guardsman Jeric s pouch And later, ze was caught again fingering the big man s private property And again, when Vesh is finally caught stealing from the wrong person, ze and Jeric are given a joint task bump and grind their way through the deadly catacombs beneath the city and bring back their prize alive, and they will walk away with enough gold to hump their way to any other city they wish.

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    1. Kathleen Tudor Caitlin Ricci K. Lynn Jasmine Gower Sian Hart

      In 2010, Kathleen Tudor was working full time as a magazine writer under a different name and toying, very occasionally, with the idea of writing fiction She wrote a piece called Navigator about a pair of women who learn to share an incredible emotional and sexual bond through the act of learning to co pilot a starship, and after striking out once, sold it to Circlet Press, where it appeared in Like that Spark.Sad but true It took two years of occasionally writing for calls and selling work for Kathleen to realize that her passion lay with fiction She gave up non fiction writing and hasn t looked back That same year, early 2012, her very first sale, Navigator, was chosen for a Circlet Best Of anthology, Fantastic Erotica.Kathleen s work has appeared in anthologies by Ravenous Romance, Xcite Books, Circlet Press, Cleis Press, Mischief from HarperCollins UK, and Storm Moon Books She is also an editor with Circlet Press, and her first anthology, Like Hearts Enchanted, will be out later in 2012.Kathleen lives in California with her incredible partner and child, a dog, a cat, and a fish named Speedy She enjoys the outdoors, including kayaking, hiking, and recharging on the beach, but her favorite activities remain writing, editing, and reading not a day goes by that she doesn t do at least one of those If you would like to contact Kathleen, please email PolyKathleen gmail.

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    1. 2.625 StarsMy trans* vision quest continues. I now know the meaning of the asterisk! YAY ME! Defying Expectations by K. Lynn2.5 StarsCrossdressing! WIN!Story meh.Tony is a crossdressing bartender. George is a regular and a flirter. George works up the cajones to ask Tony out but when Tony shows up to lunch with his breast forms George is caught off guard. In my opinion, Tony overreacts to George's reaction, but apparently there is history of being hurt which we're not privy to, so it struck me a [...]


    2. Gender. Sexuality. Race. Relationship. For most people these are binary absolutes, simple either/or definitions. You are male or female, gay or straight; human or not, monogamous or not. As far as ‘polite’ society is concerned, there are simply no allowances for people to cross those stark, rigid, lines . . . forever drawn in permanent ink, and never to be questioned.Well, I say so-called ‘polite’ society be damned, and so does Kathleen Tudor. Her Blurred Lines anthology is one of the mo [...]


    3. ★★★★☆I really enjoyed this anthology for expanding my thinking and understanding and recommend it for learning more about gender fluidity.Defying Expectations by K. LynnGeorge is very attracted to Tony but doesn't quite know what to make of him - sometimes he's in skirts and sometimes he's in pants. Can they make this work?Werebears and Water by Caitlin RicciTwo werebear college students - one a female-to-male transexual - meet a sea nymph shifter at a convention. Vince is bisexual and [...]



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