How loathsome

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NBM ComicsLit, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 109 pages
21 Reviews
Do the town with gender outlaw Catherine Gore and her disreputable friends. It's Friday night and Catherine is dragged to an Sm party to see what passes for sex these days. Catherine is drawn to Chloe, a girl with a secret. This deeply personal, sexually fluid, drug-addled adventure is a gothic exploration of the not-so-obvious nature of gender.

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Review: How Loathsome

User Review  - Olivia - Goodreads

I wanted to enjoy a story about a dyke who is into a trans woman, but her perspective on that attraction is uncomfortably fetishizing. When she's rebuffed, she decides to out woman. Five stars for the subject matters and a turkey for the way they were handled. Read full review

Review: How Loathsome

User Review  - Caty - Goodreads

Ted Naifeh belatedly discovers the existence of drugs and trans* people, runs out and tells us all about it. Gorgeously illustrated, though. Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2004)

This first effort by transgender author Tristan Crane has garnered raves from many comics reviewers.

Ted Naifeh is the Eisner award winning writer and artists behind such hit comics as "Gloomcookie, Polly and the Pirates," and "Courtney Crumrin.

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