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MILITANT EROTICISM describes the gutter in which our fellow men and women explore the depths of their depravity. Aden Ardennes has dedicated his life to ferreting out your dirty little secrets, and what you hold in your hand are his reports from the collective sexual sewer. The ideas and arguments presented in these essays are based on his experiences among the bathhouses and rest stops, his time spent with prostitutes and at motels with married men, as well as his experiences as co-host of the sex-talk podcast Naughty Bits and contributor to 9sense podcast. These pieces demand the utmost honesty from their readers, forcing them to gawk in terror at their morally bankrupt inclinations. From the evils of circumcision and the glory of gangbangs to the grandeur of walking the Low Road and the ridiculousness of the monogamy-only narrative, Aden Ardennes drags you down to the Brothel, where everyone is degraded.
The Art+Positive archives, assembled by Hunter Reynolds in the mid-1990s, were out of public view for more than twenty years. Art collector and HIV/AIDS researcher Dr. Daniel Berger acquired the group’s archives in early 2015. Shortly thereafter, he and artist John Neff presented an exhibition of the archives at Iceberg Projects, Chicago. Militant Eroticism: The ART+Positive Archives documents that exhibition and is extensively illustrated with artworks, documents, protest ephemera, and meeting notes from the Art+Positive archives. Also included are essays by Berger, Neff, and former ACT UP member and scholar Debra Levine. These essays are presented alongside previously unpublished writings by Ray Navarro, Hunter Reynolds, and David Wojnarowicz.
The Devil's Due Essays of the Elite is a collection of articles on Satanism from respected contributors in their own words. Long perceived as Devil Worshippers by the mainstream media and Hollywood, the actual members are in fact movers and shakers within business, law enforcement, the armed services and more. The collected writings here showcase the most misunderstood religion in the world to be in reality a force of both willpower and personal achievement. Satanists explain principles of it in everyday use, by observing facets of their lives with examples of its use from raising children to changing the world around them.
This volume brings together scholars from across disciplines and continents in order to continue to analyse, query, and deconstruct the complexities of bodily existence in the modern world. Comprising nine essays by leading and emerging scholars, and spanning issues ranging from literature, history, sociology, medicine, law and justice and beyond, Talking Bodies vol. II is a timely and prescient addition to the vital discussion of what bodies are, how we perceive them, and what they mean. As the essays of this volume demonstrate, it is imperative to question numerous established presumptions about both the manner by which our bodies perform their identities, and the processes by which their ownership can be impinged upon.
In this study of vernacular French narrative from the twelfth century through the later Middle Ages, first published in 2000, Donald Maddox considers the construction of identity in a wide range of fictions. He focuses on crucial encounters, widespread in medieval literature, in which characters are informed about fundamental aspects of their own circumstances and selfhood. These always arresting and highly significant moments of 'specular' encounter are examined in numerous Old and Middle French romances, hagiographic texts, epics and brief narratives. Maddox discloses the key role of identity in an original reading of the Lais of Marie de France as a unified collection, as well as in Arthurian literature, fictions of the courtly tryst, genealogies and medieval family romance. The study offers many new perspectives on the poetic and cultural implications of identity as an imaginary construct during the long formative period of French literature.
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