The Leather Daddy and the Femme - Carol Queen
Randy's looking for a leather daddy. Miranda is, too, one who'll find her femme persona as intriguing and fuckable as she is in boy drag. Jack thinks she's hot no matter what she looks like, and after "introducing" her to a few of his friends, decides to keep her on.
- This is San Francisco's notorious SOMA/South of Market, a neighborhood colonized by leatherfolk long before the dot-commers and ravers arrived.
- From dark alleys to tastefully-appointed dungeons, from hotel penthouses to tranny bars, Randy/Miranda embraces her heart's, mind's, and body's desires with an assortment of sexes, genders, and sexual orientations.
- With Jack and others--all denizens of San Francisco's sexual fringes--she creates her own queer version of family.
- Mistress of sexual storytelling Carol Queen offers a fresh look at sexual lifestyles and choices that are misinterpreted and repudiated by the mainstream. Her perceptive and knowledgeable treatment inserts a new viewpoint into the carefully developed relationships of power play, destroying stereotypes and modeling open communication.
- A 1999 Firecracker Alternative Book Award-winner in the original edition (Cleis Press, 1998).
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- Carol Queen is the author of countless erotic short stories, and the editor of several erotic collections. Her first book, Exhibitionism for the Shy, published in 1995 by Down There Press, explores issues of erotic self-esteen and enhancement. Her essay collection, Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of Sex-Positive Culture (Cleis Press, 1997), is used in Women's Studies, Queer Studies, and Cultural Studies in college and university classes throughout the U.S. She has appeared in several explicit educational videos.
- Publisher: Down There Press (March 1, 2003)
- Weight: 8.8 ounces
- Size: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
- Paperback: 176 pages