Surface Tension by Meg Daly
Love, Sex and Politics Between Lesbians and Straight Women

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Representing a fascinating spectrum of feelings and opinions about lesbianism, the friendships women share -- or fear -- and the rich diversity of personal choices women make today, this collection of brash and thoughtful essays, stories, and interviews offers
-- Dorothy Allison on what it means to be a lesbian
-- Carla Trujillo on the impact of "sexual betrayal" by an ex-lover
-- Elizabeth Wurtzel on the creative freedom experienced only by lesbians
-- Susie Bright on the sexual dance between lesbians and straight women
-- Guinevere Turner on the pain of reconciling one's sexual orientation with past relationships
 

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Published January 18, 1996 by Touchstone. 256 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Addressing seemingly all the permutations of lesbian/straight relationships and identity (the friendship between gay and straight women, straight women who pass as gay women, bisexual women, sexual relations with lesbians who eventually become straight), poet and essayist Daly's collection is cer...

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