Lesbianism Made Easy

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Virago, 1998 - 192 sÝ­ur
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These days, who doesn't want to be a lesbian? In literature and life, entertainment and sport, lesbians are the arbiters of what's hot and what's chic. However, like anything which requires a major break with old habits, becoming a lesbian is not the easiest thing in the world to do. There are rules.

In this comprehensive, if irreverent, self-help manual, Helen Eisenbach throws open the closet door and makes effortless what was considered a difficult lifestyle. By sharing her professionalism on the nuances of the language, and the correct way to seduce one's brother's girlfriend, she takes the reader through to the big question: who does what to whom in the bedroom?

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LESBIANISM MADE EASY

Ums÷gn notanda  - Kirkus

An insider's sophomoric paean to the lesbian way of life. Former QW editor and novelist Eisenbach (Loonglow, 1988) seems to have a lot going for her in her latest literary/comic endeavor. She has a ... Read full review

Lesbianism made easy

Ums÷gn notanda  - Not Available - Book Verdict

A novelist (Loonglow, LJ 6/1/88), playwright (Lesbian Bathhouse), and contributor to numerous magazines, Eisenbach has written a new book that is a welcome relief from the plethora of self-help books ... Read full review

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Um h÷fundinn (1998)

Helen Eisenbach is the writer and director of Lesbian Bathhouse. She is a former editor of the magazine QW and is a contributor to NEW YORK MAGAZINE, THE VILLAGE VOICE and other publications. She has also written one previous novel.

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