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The Big Book of Lesbian Horse Stories These Are The Unbridled Desires Of Women Without Men When Their Same Sex Passion Explodes, Will The Stables Ever Be Safe Again You ve read about them, these sisters under the skin, vulnerable to the temptations of Sappho Passion starved twilight girls crossing over into a man s world of high withers, rippling hindquarters and glossy coats Meet women like Pauline in Miss Barnard s Unit the country girl bereft of feminine influence who comes of age in World War I, and comes undone in the arms of a worldly debutante Terry in Snake Eyes for Silky, a jockey from the school of hard knocks who falls hard for a whip wielding gangster s moll, and finds that she must choose between her heart and her horse Innocents like Lena and Lily in The Chosen Horse, who bond over the sad fate of a cart horse, and their unspoken need to tread the waters of Lesbos A world class jumper like Julie in Lady Snow, a champion tempted by the irresistible rhythms of the bisexual Euro beat A young girl like Oreola in Pastures of Passion, who follows a lost foal to a curious farm girl and her own destiny These Are The Women Of The Big Book Of Lesbian Horse Stories The Paddock Gates Are Open Come Inside And Join The Fun With an inspired sense of nostalgia, sensation, and wry humor, Alisa Surkis and Monica Nolan invite readers back into the curves of third sex pulp fiction where odd girls out now ride as free as a filly with their Bohemian desires side saddle be damned But this time, from coy flirtation to requited lust, there s nary a man in sight to set them on the straight and narrow This book is hilarious It s a send up of lesbian pulp paperbacks of, I guess, the 1950s The places and eras are different in each story The first story is the most like the pulp books ayoung woman is disgraced in her midwest hometown when she s discovered with another girl, runs to Greenwich Village and falls in with a hip group of lesbians, drag queens, the whole scene And runs into a horse that reminds her of her horse that was killed when she was discovered But it s not the 50s, it s t This book is hilarious It s a send up of lesbian pulp paperbacks of, I guess, the 1950s The places and eras are different in each story The first story is the most like the pulp books ayoung woman is disgraced in her midwest hometown when she s discovered with another girl, runs to Greenwich Village and falls in with a hip group of lesbians, drag queens, the whole scene And runs into a horse that reminds her of her horse that was killed when she was discovered But it s not the 50s, it s the 60s the story has references to Warhol, an culminates with the Stonewall riots All written in the naive voice of those pulps.The next story is about British girls in the Great War I honestly couldn t tell which war, but I m thinking WWI Our heroine, Pauline, thinks Yes, I can be useful, woman though I am Even because of the kind of woman I am a woman not like other women But how not like other women what kind of woman am I Will I meet other women like me, who can tell me what kind of woman I am Or will it be a woman unlike myself, who will show me what kind of woman I can be So totally over the top The author doesn t go that route in the book again, not exactly, but each main character has some kind of wildly naive ideas, each in her own way The other stories cover a horsey girl in modern ish Middle America a Depression era Okie girl who is smitten with a Hispanic girl with a horse while her family is migrating to California a rare female jockey in the gangster era, who is required to throw the races for the gangster bosses a Jewish girl in 1910 ish New York City there s a very smart horse who is teaching her the Talmud a young jockey in apparently the 70s or 80s in a situation like Reefer Madness, where drugs are immediately addicting and cause depravity and a young horse loving housewife who stumbles into a lesbian separatist commune with wild mustangs.The book is trashy as anything, totally over the top and it perfectly suited my mood The Big Book Of Lesbian Horse Stories gives you exactly what it promises, a whole bunch of stories about girls and the undying devotion for their horse It s campy fun, often overly dramatic and rife with a multitude of cheesy horse puns I think Hershel the wonder horse who could read the Talmud was the absolute star of this anthology f fThemes 50ies pulp inspired fun, horses and the girls who love them, don t we all go through a horsie phase in our teens I did After reading the big book of The Big Book Of Lesbian Horse Stories gives you exactly what it promises, a whole bunch of stories about girls and the undying devotion for their horse It s campy fun, often overly dramatic and rife with a multitude of cheesy horse puns I think Hershel the wonder horse who could read the Talmud was the absolute star of this anthology f fThemes 50ies pulp inspired fun, horses and the girls who love them, don t we all go through a horsie phase in our teens I did After reading the big book of lesbian horse stories I am totally done with the subject for a long time.3.6 stars This is a parody of every lesbian pulp fiction plot ever written There is no lack of freckled farm girls, gangster molls or saddled policewomen, and the collection of short stories perfectly captures the flavour of the fifties dime novel.This collection is not to be taken seriously Every girl has a name like Oreola or Jean and every story includes a horse, sometimes under the most unlikely circumstances The plots are emotionally charged and repetitive, usually involving a protagonist who must This is a parody of every lesbian pulp fiction plot ever written There is no lack of freckled farm girls, gangster molls or saddled policewomen, and the collection of short stories perfectly captures the flavour of the fifties dime novel.This collection is not to be taken seriously Every girl has a name like Oreola or Jean and every story includes a horse, sometimes under the most unlikely circumstances The plots are emotionally charged and repetitive, usually involving a protagonist who must overcome her troubled past and take control of her life to get the girl and finally ride off into the sunset.The novel s provocative cover is slightly misleading in no way are the collective efforts of Surkis and Nolan titillating, but readers will get just what the title promises a big book of lesbian horse stories.Was this an excellent piece of literature Neigh But was it entertaining Oh yes Oh, the awesome evilness Very entertaining send up of the girl and her horse type of books, complete with some pokes at certain tropes of lesbian romance I m still giggling over several of them.

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