I Used to be Nice: Sexual Affairs
Sue O'Sullivan's collection of writing charts a quarter century of feminist engagement: from her ambivalence towards motherhood and marriage in the 1960s and 70s to butch/femme and queer in the 1980s and 90s; from birth control and PMT to HIV/AIDS and eroticism. Teasing out the contradictory layers which make up lesbian chic, political correctness and transsexuality, O'Sullivan moves on to take sides in the continuing debates around pornography and censorship.
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