Doc and Fluff: The Distopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker

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Alyson Publications, 1990 - Fiction - 319 pages
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Set in the bleak and not-too-distant future of a culture in its death throes, Doc and Fluff careens through the lives of a pair of outlaw women struggling to survive on the road. Packed with true love, rough sex, and over-the-top adventure, this popular novel is now available with a new introduction to the wild world of Pat Califia's imagination.

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Review: Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker

User Review  - Sassafras Lowrey - Goodreads

I was going to give this book 4 stars, the 3 it deserved and a 4th because I recognize the cultural importance of this book for leather dykes... But after the ending I just couldn't bring myself to ... Read full review

Review: Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker

User Review  - Eighteen - Goodreads

My copy of this book had a foreword from the author that basically called a bunch of critics out on the violence in the book and told them to get real. Doc and Fluff is on some harsh sexually violent ... Read full review

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Patrick Califia is a noted pornographer and cultural critic whose writing and activism have revolutionized queer sex. Among his most noted books are Coming to Power, Macho Sluts, Melting Point, No Mercy, and Speaking Sex to Power.

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