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Bokutachi no jijitsukon naibu shiryō / Matsuo Hiroshi sekinin henshū
ぼくたちの事実婚内部資料 / 松尾寛責任編集
Bib ID 6197088
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, volume]
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Description [Ōsaka-shi] : Gei Furonto Kansai, [199-] 
[大阪市] : ゲイフロント関西, [pulication date is not identified] 
122 pages ; 26 cm 
Series

Sex and gender collection, Japanese.

Notes

Cover title.

The content mainly consists of the column called " Bokutachi no jijitsukon" of the web magazine "Magumagu"

Subjects Homosexuality -- Japan.  |  AIDS (Disease) -- Japan.  |  Gay men -- Japan.  |  Gay couples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Japan.  |  Gays -- Social life and customs -- Japan.  |  Gender identity disorders -- Japan.  |  Old age pensions -- Law and Legislation -- Japan.
Other authors/contributors Matsuo, Hiroshi, editor
松尾寛, editor

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