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OutSpoken: A Canadian Collection of Lesbian Scenes and Monologues

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OutSpokenshowcases a variety of takes on gender, sexuality, family, and history. The selections collected in this anthology reflect personal, political, and cultural complexities. Intended for study, auditions, or general interest, this collection includes works by Trey Anthony, Ann-Marie MacDonald, Mariko Tamaki, d’bi young anitafrika, and Jovette Marchessault. ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Playwrights Canada Press
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Jun 20, 2016 Heathyr rated it it was amazing
Shelves: feminism, lesbian
GREAT. A lot of it is very genuine. It shows a wide range of culture, politics, and family issues from lesbians. I wish there were hundreds of other books like these, this hits a spot in literature that is underwhelming in volume.

My two favourites are Androgyne by d'bi.young.anitafrika (ohmygodOHMYGODohmygod) and 'Da Kink in my Hair by Trey Anthony... VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY good.
There's almost no male gaze like stuff happening here, which is how life should be. <3 It's very realistic and gr
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