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Military trade

Author: Steven Zeeland
Publisher: New York : Haworth Press, ©1999.
Series: Haworth gay & lesbian studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Military Trade offers groundbreaking insight into: the difference between "miltary chasers" and uniform fetishists; why gay men prefer sailors and Marines over soldiers and airmen; the surprising range of sexual, "buddy," and even love relationships "chasers" form with servicemen; the nuances of "trade" and civil-military male prostitution; and what has been overlooked in the "sex panic" debate about men who have

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Zeeland
ISBN: 078900402X 9780789004024
OCLC Number: 40142898
Description: xx, 265 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Foreword: The Field of Mars / Mark Simpson --
Introduction: The Bitterest Envy --
Bill: The Ballad of Vulture Dick --
Rolf: Hollywood Marines --
Wormy: Hell Bent for Leathernecks --
Gayle: Double Penetration --
Andrei: A Family Tradition and Denis: Raised on Soldiers' Milk / Steve Kokker --
Maynard: Servicing Sailors --
Cory: Bury My Heart at Twentynine Palms --
John: The Air Force Glory Hole Replica --
David: The Milk Run --
Rick: Aries Marine Bull-Pussy --
Don: Interview with a Pornographer --
Martin: Fathers and Sons --
Lance: Come to Daddy --
Doug: Good Old Boys --
Howard: Sneaking on Base --
Anonymous: Why? --
Tom: The Brotherhood of Marines.
Series Title: Haworth gay & lesbian studies.
Responsibility: Steven Zeeland.


Challenges assumptions about both chaser and chased and poses pointed questions about the wisdom of those who seek to divide the world into straight and gay. This book includes interviews and essays  Read more...


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