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Dyke porn pioneer Susie Bright opens up with Big Sex Little Death

On Our Backs and beyond: Susie Bright's memoir covers key moments in SF's sexual liberation.

SB They're squares — what can I say? They've always been around. Square used to be a synonym for straight. We're constantly caught in the middle on this, the boho bunch. Of course we want civil rights for all, duh. I defend anyone's right to let the state be their pimp, to fight the wars, be the cannon fodder, acquire family assets like a stamp-collecting hobby. Bully for you. But as Peggy Lee said, "Is that all there is?" Christ, I hope not.

Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore ( is most recently the author of So Many Ways to Sleep Badly.



I guess marriage desire is a little bit like sex positivity. You don't need it, no problem, but you can't tell other people they are wrong for wanting it.

Posted by Homa Sapiens on Mar. 28, 2012 @ 8:02 pm

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