Same Sex in the City by Lauren Levin
(So Your Prince Charming Is Really a Cinderella)

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At last, a relationship book for lesbians that tells it like it is . . .

The journey from sexual curiosity to finally coming out can be confusing without proper guidance and empowering role models. In Same Sex in the City, Lauren Levin and Lauren Blitzer provide women -- gay, straight, and bi-curious alike -- with firsthand insight into the advantages and challenges of being a lesbian. In prose that is at once honest and uplifting, the Laurens relate their own experiences and those of the women they interview, as well as offer serious advice, titillating anecdotes, and a positive attitude for girls who know they're gay -- and for those who are wondering about their sexuality but are not yet sure whether their Prince Charming is really a Cinderella.

Part confessional, part informational, Same Sex in the City covers the gamut of lesbian life -- from dating to heartbreak, and from hooking up with straight chicks to raising a family. It's the book that millions of women have been searching for -- a relationship guide that will help every woman come to terms with and celebrate her sexuality, whatever it may be.

About Lauren Levin

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Lauren Levin, a native Minnesotan, worked at Paper magazine before becoming a top account executive at Google. Currently a fulltime writer, she resides in New York City. This is her first book. New Yorker Lauren Blitzer worked in magazine publishing at Teen Vogue before deciding to devote all of her time to writing. This is her first book.
Published June 15, 2006 by Gallery Books. 260 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Gay & Lesbian. Non-fiction

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Most of the interviewees are much like the authors: young, well-heeled, hard-partying femmes, long on enthusiasm but short on experience, full of up-to-the minute slang but better at describing their drinks than their lovers.

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The authors of Same Sex in the City begin their book quoting Toni Morrison's advice to write the book “you want to read...but hasn't been written yet.” Apparently Lauren Levin and Lauren Blitzer wanted to read a book about lesbians on the prowl who pay more attention to the labels on thei...

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