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The History of Lesbian Hair Paperback – September 1, 1996
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Top Customer Reviews
This book MIGHT have been funny, years ago. True, it got a laugh or two out of me, but it's really just composed of the SAME tired jokes. Lesbians and softball. Lesbians and hair. PC lesbians. The Religions Right. Yawn.
The sad thing is that she doesn't even present the same old jokes in an amusing way, she just slaps up some clip art and goes "Look! Fat lesbians playing softball!" "Gay men acting like queens!" "Them wacky straight people!"
Ha, ha, ha.
Everything in the book gives off a very negative tone. Not angry and interesting, just bored, apathetic, and non-satisfied. I wasn't left feeling amused, I was left felt feeling disgruntled.
And the book has no form -- it's as if the author just decided to slap it together at 3 AM. It's just a series of page-length "articles" thrown together in a heap. It's tiny -- a slim paperback, but even thinner in content, since the clipart and layout takes up most of each page. The author claims that this makes the book enjoyable, but it just seems like an excuse to create an entire book out of very little content.
Personally, I wish I hadn't wasted my money. If you want to read this book, I suggest you find a friend who owns it and borrow it, or just read it at her house, if you have twenty minutes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can't review the content of this book, as I gave it as a gift to a friend who made the tragic decision to get a perm. In 2014. The cover was flawless. Unlike her sad weave.Published 16 months ago by Wifey
This book had nothing to do with the title. Don't waste your money. The publisher should never have let this book go to print. My plans are to use it as a fire starter this winter.Published on August 30, 2013 by Jacqueline
This book was assigned to me in a GLBT class and I've hated reading it. Like other reviewers said, it's incredibly negative and stale. Read morePublished on September 9, 2010 by Paisley
This book is funny sometimes, especially the flow chart and the ads, and it begins humorously enough. The hair thing, though somewhat recycled, made me chuckle. Read morePublished on October 25, 2009 by D. Spain