So You Want to Be a Lesbian?

So You Want to Be a Lesbian So you ve heard that lesbians are chic hot and the next big thing but you still wonder what is all the fuss about a Middle Eastern country Well So You Want to Be a Lesbian is here to rescue America

  • Title: So You Want to Be a Lesbian?
  • Author: Liz Tracey Sydney Pokorny Valerie Shaff
  • ISBN: 9780312144234
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • So you ve heard that lesbians are chic, hot, and the next big thing but you still wonder what is all the fuss about a Middle Eastern country Well, So You Want to Be a Lesbian is here to rescue America from its confusion It is the essential travel guide to the Sapphic landscape, illustrating key terms, coming out how to do it without having your aunt collapse in theSo you ve heard that lesbians are chic, hot, and the next big thing but you still wonder what is all the fuss about a Middle Eastern country Well, So You Want to Be a Lesbian is here to rescue America from its confusion It is the essential travel guide to the Sapphic landscape, illustrating key terms, coming out how to do it without having your aunt collapse in the strudel , and much A mix of history, culture, little known facts about the lesbian nation hint don t look for it in an atlas , and dating tips for the confirmed, the soon to be out, and just plain curious, So You Want to Be a Lesbian answers the essential questions, pokes fun at lesbian tradition, and provides a road map of where lesbians a road map of where lesbians are heading for the millennium we ve got news for you it s not Kansas Where the girls are tips for cruising Sports, vehicles, and places to live The essentials for a dyke lifestyle Lesbian studies the crib notes

    One thought on “So You Want to Be a Lesbian?”

    1. Total '90s fluff on lesbians. Every stereotype in the book. It's meant to be humor so it's funny, and at moments, it is, but those who are really curious about their sexuality might not find this the most helpful of books.

    2. This book was a gag gift from my roommate, but it looked amusing and wasn't very long, so I thought I'd give it a go. In spite of the title, it contains more practical advice and less goofy humour than one might expect. If I were actually a lesbian, I'd probably have given it a better rating. Aside from my being obviously not the target audience, the book's main problem is that it is very dated. It was published in 1996, when the internet was still in its infancy, and gay marriage seemed like an [...]

    3. I am now totally prepared to be a lesbian (or just my own queer self; this book does me the favor of not hating bisexuals!) in the mid-90s! If I get caught in a very short-range time machine, I will still be capable of navigating twenty-year-old gay waters.This book is equal parts humor, Lite sociological interest, and very sincere art/music/literature recommendations, plus things like "where do the lesbians live/go to college/how do i meet cute girls/what is gay hair." It's dated, sure, but it [...]

    4. This book is SO funny! If you need to take a break from the seriousness of life this is the book for you. While done in a lighthearted fun way it does actually inform. For instance there is a list of lesbian authors through the ages where you might find someone you weren't familiar with. Mostly for laughs but might be helpful for a baby-dyke. If you don't know what that means - buy this book NOW!

    5. this is actually pretty funny. it's a little outdated with some of the cultural references and of course stereotypes but hey, it definitely made me laugh several times with important sections on things like "the great lesbian haircut conspiracy" and silly "if your gonna be a lesbo, you have to know about these celebrities" etc. and dyke drama. it's funny because it's true.

    6. This was the first "gay" book I bought when I was coming outd actually my best friend at the time bought it for me. It's a funny lil book.

    7. Offers step-by-step instructions for discovering what kind of lesbian you want to be, preparing for your LAT's, and fielding the five questions guys will ask you once you're out.

    8. I've had this book since my first relationship with a woman , which was a bajillion years ago. Wish I would've read it then- it's a bit outdated, funny, but not as funny or relevant as it would have been at that time. Still a fast easy read.

    9. Fun, tongue-in-cheek look at lesbian life in all its glories and foibles. It was published in 1996 so a whole lot of it is very outdated, though. Some of the pop culture references will go right over newer lesbians' heads because they just don't apply any more.

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