About the Book
It is a time traveling device, a fetish object, a tool for memory transmission.
It is art and history and a window in and through.
Journey at your own risk.
Inside are the shed skins, the lives lived, the ten year glimpse of one anthology of a life. From female to male, through relationships, identities, passions, fears disappointment, bliss, love and joy. Skins pressed between pages, preserved, and changed in the viewing. Open with an open heart, and leave changed. What skins have you shed?
This collection of self portraits by artist, author, educator and shaman Lee Harrington travels back through time to when he was Bridgett Harrington and back out again. Look through his own eyes into his journey, in all its shapes... sometimes sensual, sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes beautiful and sometimes horrifying- but all are Lee/Bridgett as they struggle to know each other through the pages and build for themselves a time travel machine that they can use to sit down and talk with one another through the years.
*This 120 page book contains nude images and explicit medical content and is only recommended for readers over 18 years of age.*
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Biographies & Memoirs
Project Option: Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
# of Pages: 120
- Publish Date: Jan 15, 2010
- Language English
- Keywords time travel, self portrait, identity, erotica, gender, photography, art, transman, trans, female-to-male, ftm, self-portrait
Lee Harrington is an eclectic artist, spiritual and erotic educator, gender radical and published author on human sexuality and spiritual experience- including "Shibari You Can Use: Japanese Rope Bondage and Erotic Macramé" and the “Toybag Guide to Age Play”. Well known for his fun and informative approach to education, he approaches sexuality as yet another art to master, or simply an art to enjoy to its fullest! He has been an active part of the international kink and sex positive communities for over 20 years, and his stories make people laugh while showing you that eroticism can be as serious, sexy, or silly as you make it. Lee's writings and photography have appeared in numerous anthologies including "Dark Moon Rising: Pagan BDSM and the Ordeal Path" (also under his previous pen name, Bridgett Harrington), and his image has been seen everywhere from PlayBoy TV to the pages of Skin Two Magazine. To learn more about Lee visit www.PassionAndSoul.com.