Twilight Girls

Twilight Girls By Paula Christian, Twilight Girls In the s and s when lesbianism was still the love that dare not speak its name authors of gay fiction were expected to provide tragic endings to punish the heroines for their sexual deviance T
  • Title: Twilight Girls
  • Author: Paula Christian
  • ISBN: 9780758203137
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twilight Girls By Paula Christian, In the 1950s and 60s, when lesbianism was still the love that dare not speak its name, authors of gay fiction were expected to provide tragic endings to punish the heroines for their sexual deviance The novels of Paula Christian set a new standard for lesbian fiction, with their bold stories of triumphant women facing real relationship issues, and daringly, theIn the 1950s and 60s, when lesbianism was still the love that dare not speak its name, authors of gay fiction were expected to provide tragic endings to punish the heroines for their sexual deviance The novels of Paula Christian set a new standard for lesbian fiction, with their bold stories of triumphant women facing real relationship issues, and daringly, their upbeat endings Twilight Girls brings together in a single volume Edge of Twilight and The Other Side of Love, two stories featuring Val Mac Gregor, whose coming out is only the beginning of a quest for love, happiness and a true sense of self.
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    1. I learned about flight attendant history, lesbian history, and really women s history and American history through reading this book than I thought And I giggled the entire time.


    2. Two lesbian pulp novels from the vaults The first one, Edge Of Twilight , is surprisingly good the best such novel I have read, having gotten started with Ann Bannon s Odd Girl Out which I found by accident in a used book store In the 1950s and early 60 s, there were no lesbian presses turning out books for gay women to enjoy these paperback novels with their lurid covers were it In Edge , airline stewardess they weren t flight attendants yet Val McGregor has a cool job, her own apartment, and m [...]


    3. This book is a collection of two pulp novels I read the first one a couple months ago and gave it a seperate review I honestly didn t care for it very much so put off reading the second one The second one was better but still quite flawed In this story the main characters from the first book have moved to LA, undergone a few personality changes, and are living together One thing that this book has going for it are some really interesting discussions on gender roles between the women characters, [...]



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