Sisters, sexperts, queers: beyond the lesbian nation

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Plume, 1993 - Literary Collections - 281 pages
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In this collection of provocative essays dealing with subjects ranging from sexual mores to self-image, the voices of both established and fledgling writers and activists are represented. By turns scathing, funny, seething, analytical, and impassioned, these works depict a lesbian culture of tremendous diversity that is reinventing itself for the '90s.

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A mixed collection of essays- some are painfully dated, but there are some real gems, including Dorothy Allison's A Question of Class. Read full review

Contents

SPEAKING IN TONGUES
6
LESBIAN FILMMAKING
67
THE ZINE SCENE
81
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