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Title Queer Japan : personal stories of Japanese lesbians, gays, transsexuals, and bisexuals / translated and edited by Barbara Summerhawk, Cheiron McMahill, Darren McDonald.
Imprint Norwich, Vt. : New Victoria Publishers, 1998.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ76.3.J3 Q44 1998    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HQ76.3.J3 Q44 1998    AVAILABLE  
Subject Lesbians -- Japan.
Gay men -- Japan.
Bisexuals -- Japan.
Transsexuals -- Japan.
Alt Name Summerhawk, Barbara.
McMahill, Chiron.
McDonald, Darren.
Description vi, 216 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 1892281007
0934678979
OCLC # 39275817
Table of Contents
 Preface1
 Introduction5
 A Lesbian in Hokkaido Kirara19
 A Bisexual Life / Kazumi Matsunaga37
 Ten Year's Worth of Experience / Satoru Tanaka46
 Who's a Lesbian? The Story of a Male-to-Female Transsexual Mako52
 My Gay Life / Kanta Sakamoto66
 One Since Birth / Kido Ran71
 Hopes and Dreams / Satoru Itoh77
 A Married Woman Anonymous97
 Coming Out Affirms My Sensitivity / Kayoko Shirakawa108
 An Actor in Japanese Pink Films: An Interview with Koichi Imaizumi115
 Blessed as Homosexual / Aika Taira128
 Tachi, Mother, Woman, The Many Faces of Love / Saho Asada131
 A Young Woman's Story Kikumi137
 One of Those People / Hiroshi Aoki149
 Nora / Elsuko Itoh157
 Interview with Nakamura Yu163
 Out of the Silence Kazuo175
 Lesbian=Woman Naeko184
App. IThe Story of Women Who Love Women in Japan - A Survey of Japanese Lesbians188
App. IIExcerpts from BiNet200
App. IIIJapan's First Homosexual Discrimination Suit206


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