What a Lesbian Looks Like: Writings by Lesbians on Their Lives and Lifestyles from the Archives of the National Lesbian and Gay Survey (NL&GS).

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Routledge, 1992 - Social Science - 166 pages
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What a Lesbian Looks Like gives a vivid picture of lesbian life as it is lived today. It draws on the mass-observation material of the National Lesbian and Gay Survey to provide an anthology of personal writings from lesbians all over Britain. They represent all age groups and all walks of life, and cover all aspects of lesbian experience, including first sexual encounters, long-term relationships, the difficulties of coming out, and Clause 28. With wit and candour, What a Lesbian Looks Like reflects all the contradictions and conflicting views of any community, and will provide an inspiration for many other lesbians of all ages.

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