Stripped Down: Lesbian Sex Stories

Tristan Taormino (Editor) Eileen Myles (Foreword by)
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Description

Where else but a Tristan Taormino erotica collection can you find a femme vigilante, a virgin baby butch, and a snake charmer jostling for your attention? The salacious stories in Stripped Down draw you in like honeyed voices from an upstairs room. In Peggy Munson's Into the Baptismal, two farmgirls decide to test their virginity pledges one rainy summer night. Quinn Vertiz's Jubilee describes a classic American rite of passage -- a trip to a trailer brothel in the Nevada desert -- but with a truck full of butch dykes in place of the local boys. In Skian McGuire's Phoebe's Undercover Bon Voyage, a group of well-equipped tops indulge a friend's cop fetish before she -- a real cop -- goes undercover. And Kathleen Warnock's After Lunch makes it clear that the best dish in a small-town restaurant isn't on the menu. Guest editor Eileen Myles adds her street smarts and lyrical dynamism to Tristan Taormino's powerful collection of riveting girl-girl erotica.

Product Details

Price
$15.95
Publisher
Cleis Press
Publish Date
July 10, 2012
Pages
302
Dimensions
5.9 X 0.8 X 8.9 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781573447942
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About the Author

Tristan Taormino is an American feminist author, columnist, sex educator, activist, editor, speaker, radio host, and pornographic film director.

Reviews

"A good erotica anthology is like a sexy "Choose Your Own Adventure" story. It should be ripe with plots twists and hidden dangers around every corner with characters ambiguous enough for the reader slip inside their skin for a few pages. Editor Tristan Taormino does not disappoint. Stripped Down: Lesbian Sex Stories features short stories from well-known writers of lesbian erotica that will tantalize and tickle even the most stoic of readers." --Edge San Francisco--Reviews