The Femme Mystique
Alyson Publications, 1995 - Social Science - 319 pages
A fascinating and insightful look at the world of femme identity within the lesbian community. Written by femmes, former femmes, future femmes, femme wanna-bes, femme admirers, and of course, femmes fatales, The femme Mystique explores what it means to be a femme and a lesbian in a society that often trivializes the feminine.
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Review: The Femme MystiqueUser Review - Kessa - Goodreads
I found myself among the pages of The Femme Mystique. For the first time ever, I heard of another gay woman who felt as I did; a love of purses, heels, dresses, lingerie...Femme. Thank goodness for ... Read full review
Review: The Femme MystiqueUser Review - Goodreads
A delightful selection of personal essays, poems, love letters and stories about the unique intersection of gender & sexuality in the person of a femme and in the dynamics of butch-femme relationships ...