Inventing Ourselves: Lesbian Life Stories
Routledge, Jan 1, 1989 - Lesbians - 228 pages
Fifteen women talk about childhood, family, lovers, friends, and work, as well as lesbian social and political life. The stories cover time from the 1930s to 1987. Explores questions: What are the important influences on our lives as lesbians and women? How have we effected change ourselves? How have lesbians met, organized, and enjoyed themselves in the past?
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