Nearly Roadkill: An Infobahn Erotic Adventure

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High Risk Books, 1996 - Fiction - 385 pages
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"A novel written in cyberspace, Nearly Roadkill is an Infobahn erotic thriller without any boundaries - virtual, sexual, legal, or otherwise. What-appears-to-be Boy meets what-appears-to-be Girl. But their world is the Net, where any persona - and any gender - can be created. They pose as a host of different personalities, switching identities and genders as quickly as they create passwords. Named Scratch and Winc, these two genderless beings cybersurf into the various worlds on the Net as they fight government intervention on this final frontier."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Imagine a world in which it is illegal to not view a certain amount of advertising that the government wants you to see because the govt gets financed by commercial companies showing you advertisements. Read full review

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Winc and Scratch are the Bonnie and Clyde of cyberspace in this imaginative and thought-provoking novel by journalist Sullivan and author Bornstein (Gender Outlaw, LJ 5/15/94). Their novel is set in ... Read full review


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A celebrated pioneer for the LGBTQI community, transexual author and performance artist,Kate Bornstein, offers a pivotal critique of the gender binary that has become a staple in the study of Gender and Sexuality. Kate currently lives with her partner Barbara Carrellas in Spanish Harlem, New York City.

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