Proto-Transgenderal & Homoerotic Traditions in Pre-Modern Asian & Pacific Island Societies. by Pauline Park. Presented at the Asian American & Pacific Islander Pre-Conference Institute NGLTF Creating Change Conference 2011 Minneapolis 3 February 2011. Queer API History.
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Proto-Transgenderal & Homoerotic Traditions in Pre-Modern Asian & Pacific Island Societies
by Pauline Park
Presented at the Asian American & Pacific IslanderPre-Conference Institute
NGLTF Creating Change Conference 2011Minneapolis3 February 2011
Qing dynasty (18th c.) illustration of male love observed
Qing dynasty illustration of male love (18th c.)
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