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World of Women

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"Her name was Kat, and she prowled a forbidden jungle where only women were allowed!" These words on the cover of World of Women draw you in. But quickly you learn Kat's world is not a world of women, but a twisted existence where she uses both men and women for her own sick pleasure and purposes. First there is Susan, the poor gal she grows tired of and leaves high and dr...more
Published 1968 by Cleis Press
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Cleis Press touts this as a "lesbian pulp classic" but it falls short of its promise, because the protagonist Kat is bisexual, so while there are episodes of girl-on-girl intimacy, she confesses her sexual escapades spent with men are more satisfying, not really what lesbians want to read.

"World of Women" may or may not have enough sapphic love scenes in the book to satisfy you. Still, the book has that seedy urban New York City in the Fifties charm, so I liked it but I wouldn't marry it.
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