Issue 12, January 2006
Guest editor Mark McLelland
Japan's Gay History
The Social Situation Facing Gays in Japan
AIDS and the Gay Community in Japan
Japanese Lesbian/Gay Studies
Festival of Sexual Minorities in Japan: A Revival of the Tokyo Lesbian & Gay Parade in 2005
Determined to Live as a Man
The Legal Situation Facing Sexual Minorities in Japan
The Process of Divergence between 'Men who Love Men' and 'Feminised Men' in Postwar Japanese Media
Itō Bungaku and the Solidarity of the Rose Tribes [Barazoku]: Stirrings of Homo Solidarity in Early 1970s Japan
Yaoi Ronsō: Discussing Depictions of Male Homosexuality in Japanese Girls' Comics, Gay Comics and Gay Pornography
Penisism and the Eternal Hole: (Homo)Eroticism and Existential Exploration in the Early Poetry of Takahashi Mutsuo
A Short History of Hentai
Interactive Practices in Shinjuku Ni-Chōme's Homosexual Bars
Clandestine Wandering in the World of Women: An Interview with Freelance Journalist 'Y'
Celebrating Lesbian Sexuality: Interview with Inoue Meimy
Interview with Takahashi Mutsuo
Confessions of Madame Ursula Bearine
Fushimi Noriaki, Matsuzawa Kureichi, Kurokawa Noboyuki, Yamanaka Toshio, Oikawa Kenji, Noguchi Katsuzō
'Okama' wa sabetsu ka: 'Shūkan Kinyōbi no Sabetsu Hyōgen Jiken [Does 'okama' have discriminatory connotations? The discriminating expression case in the weekly magazine Shūkan Kinyōbi]
Women of the Kakawin World Marriage and Sexuality in the Indic Courts of Java and Bali
This issue was originally published in Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, with the assistance of Murdoch University.
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