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KICK: Black, Gay & Fierce Urban Culture - September 1996 - Vol. 2 No. 19: The Color of Money

[African-Americana]. [LGBT].

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Detroit: Kick Publishing Company, 1996. First Edition. 8vo. Saddle-stapled wraps. Fine condition. Sharp and clean. Subscription card laid in. 29pp. (Item ID: 21226)

Issue of this African-American LGBT magazine, which notes its use of the word gay is an "all-inclusive term for the gay/lesbian/bi-affectionate, and transgender community." Includes a list of gay interest events in the Detroit metro area, notably AIDS testing and community events, as well as book reviews, a spiritual column, and a list of black owned businesses. Other features: erotic fiction titled "That Fine Ass N***a on Front Street," and music reviews, notably of The Braxtons, whose photo is on the front cover.


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