A queer and pleasant danger : a memoir / Kate Bornstein.
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- ISBN: 9780807001653
- ISBN: 0807001651
- ISBN: 9780807001837
- ISBN: 080700183X
- Physical Description: xviii, 258 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Boston : Beacon Press, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-254).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Prologue: The kiss of death -- Part 1. Go ; The he-man woman-hater's club ; What sex had to do with it ; Size matters ; A scifi writer, an actor, and God walk into a bar -- Part 2. There's nothing funny about any of this ; Where have all the flowers gone? ; Love was never free ; Beached ; Family man ; All good things -- Part 3. The lost boys ; Over the borderline ; Stages of life ; OK, kid, this is where it gets complicated ; Girl -- Epilogue: Hello, sweetie.
"Bornstein shares her story: from a nice Jewish boy growing up in New Jersey to a strappingly handsome lieutenant of the Church of Scientology's Sea Organization flagship vessel, and later to 1990s Seattle, where she becomes a rising star in the lesbian community. In between there are wives and lovers, heartbreak and triumph, bridges mended and broken, and a journey of self-discovery that will mesmerize readers."--Jacket.
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