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Edward Bellamy
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Julia Bascom
The Other Half Of The Sky
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Dead Mountain: The True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident
Donnie Eichar
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Sphere: Androgyny 01 - Fall 2015: thoughts, fashion, history, and reviews

Sphere: Androgyny 01 - Fall 2015: thoughts, fashion, history, and reviews - Ken Wickham This reads like a zine or a series of blog posts. Very short, not very in depth, on a few different subjects.

Part of it is the first chapter of a planned book on androgynous appearance, it's just the introduction though, so not much on the actual subject… what I liked about that part though was that the author's view on androgyny seems very nuanced and like it would leave space for lots of different styles.

Other than that, there were some notes on nonbinary history that I was very happy about - queer history is so, so important, I can't even find words for it.