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The collected scathings of Ioana Poprowka / [edited by Nine]
Bib ID 6851359
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Poprowka, Ioana, author
 
Description Edinburgh, [Scotland] : Nine, 2010 
22 unnumbered pages : 1 illustration ; 21 cm 
Full contents
  • Transgender portrayals in film
  • Diva fever
  • Insert clichéd 'Dude looks like a lady' headline here
  • Chicks with dykes
  • Passing time
  • Exasperated tranny hits out at media clichés
  • Accident of birth.
 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Transgender people -- Anecdotes.  |  Transgender peoples writings.
Form/genre Zines.
Other authors/contributors Nine, (Zine creator), editor

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