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Susie Bright turns her legendary critical eye to the sexual side of life, including essays on: "How To Make Love to a Woman," Jimi Hendrix, "White Sex," the Black Panthers, and The Prime of Miss Kitty MacKinnon. The New York Times calls it: "Witty, Fearless, Thought-provoking." Susie Bright celebrates the first amendment, lesbianism, single motherhood and fantasizes an eventful night with Dan Quayle in this uninhibited and quirky collection of essays, articles and book reviews written over the past few years. Offbeat and sexy, Bright defends Madonna, attacks Dr. Ruth and is snubbed by Camille Paglia herself in this rather amazing and outspoken collection. Bright is gay and proud of it and considers herself a serious and first-rate pornographer. She gets into endless trouble with right-wingers and kicks and screams her way out of it thoughout these pages. Witty, fearless and thought-provoking.