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  Tee A. Corinne
Tee A. CorinneThe late Tee A. Corinne's articles about lesbian art and artists appeared in Lesbian Histories and Cultures, Women Artists of the American West, n. paradoxa, The Journal of Lesbian Studies, The Lesbian Review of Books, The Blatant Image: A Magazine of Feminist Photography, Lambda Book Report, and Sinister Wisdom.  Her books include The Cunt Coloring Book (1975), Yantras of Woman Love (1982), Dreams of the Woman Who Loved Sex (1987 and 1999), and Courting Pleasure (1994).  She was the editor of FABB: The Feminist Art Books Bulletin.

Photograph by Beverly Brown, courtesy Tee A. Corinne.
  Gregory A. Johnson
Gregory A. Johnson is an Associate Professor at Vermont Law School, where he teaches courses in Constitutional Law, Apellate Advocacy, and Sexual Orientation and the Law. He served as co-counsel on Brause v. Bureau of Vital Statistics, Alaska's groundbreaking same-sex marriage case. Johnson has lectured across the country on same-sex marriage and other issues related to sexual orientation and the law. His publications include Vermont Civil Unions: The New Language of Marriage, and Making History in Vermont.

Photograph courtesy Gregory A. Johnson.

Mark McLelland

Mark McLellandMark McLelland is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies at the University of Queensland where he researches and writes about sexuality and the media in Japan. He is the author of Male Homosexuality in Modern Japan: Cultural Myths and Social Realities and is the Editor of Japanese Cybercultures.
Photograph courtesy Mark McLelland.
  Gary Morris
Gary Morris is the Editor and Publisher of Bright Lights Film Journal (, an online journal of film criticism and analysis. Author of Roger Corman, he writes extensively on film for the Bay Area Reporter and the San Francisco Weekly.
  Thomas L. Riis
Thomas L. Riis is Director of the American Music Research Center and is a Professor of Music in the School of Music at the University of Colorado at Boulder. A specialist in American musical theater, Professor Riis's interests are wide-ranging and include medieval song, historical performance practice, and African-American music.
  Patricia Simons
Patricia Simons is an Associate Professor of the History of Art and Women's Studies at the University of Michigan. Her scholarly interests include the art of Renaissance Italy, with a special focus on the representation of gender and sexuality, and interdisciplinary research on the construction of authority and identity.
  Patricia Juliana Smith
Patricia Juliana Smith is Assistant Professor of English at Hofstra University and a prolific author and editor. Her books include en Travesti: Women, Gender, Subversion, Opera; The Queer Sixties; and The Gay and Lesbian Book of Quotations.
  Susan Stryker
Susan Stryker is a historian, author, and co-editor of The Transgender Reader.

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