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Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 2, February 1976 - Page 5. February 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 21, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3297/show/3289.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 2, February 1976
Date February 1976
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  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript i've gone through many emotional phases during and after the reading, was very drawn to the idea of a place and time without men. then alarmed at my own receptiveness to that idea, then angry at myself for being alarmed. the several love-making scenes with women couples are splendid! and fascination but not pornographic voyeurism, they're fun. told with much delight there is a nice scene in which the whileaway woman literally punches out an obnoxious cocktail party host (he's from '69 u.s.a.). one of the signs to me that the author herself is probably lesbian and probably at least semi-active in the women's movement is the way she dealt with hostilities among women on whileaway. i suspect a non-feminist woman or man writing on such a theme would've constructed a place of goodness and light and nice ladies, not this one: she admits casually and openly that sometimes one just can't work out her disagreements with another woman and so they have duels on whileaway. whileaway marriages are non-monogamous, with commitment or feelings. so they say. after all, sex doesn't have anything to do the various characters at several points give long potent feminist propaganda speeches, solely for the benefit of the reader, usually, there is much anger in these tirades, i was drawn to them and reread them. not easy to read if you require that stories be told in order, it is told in first person and the author switches the point of view from one character to another frequently and without notice, you just have to pick it up as you go along, and sometimes she just tells it in first person--i, the author, and the author named one of the main characters after herself, i liked that ego. i would live to meet this woman and hear her speak, works of hers. would like to read other written and i would like to touch her and tell her i think she's splendid. alice shrader PBT-Shirts "Stunning!" - Women fs Wear Daily "You must see them." - Judith Crist "Ring-a-ding-a-dingie." - Lili Tomlin feV; ^ * y/t Design is silkscreened in brown ink on your choice of T-shirt color: sky blue, forest green, or sun yellow. Available in Houston at the Women's Center (3602 Milam), Abraxas (1200 W. Alabama), or from various members of the PBT Collective. Available by mail from Pointblank Times, P. 0. Box 14643, Houston, TX. 77021. Send $4.50 + 504 postage for each shirt along with your name and address. State choice of color and size: small (34-36), medium (38-40), large (42-44), or extra large (46-48). (Medium fits an "average" woman from about 5'4" to 5'8".)