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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2014

    Written by a guy actually

    This book was actually written by a publicist for Pan Am, a guy by the name of Donald Bain.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2011

    Real cute retro

    Dont be offended by terms for homosexuals its a sign of the time. Funny light hearted read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2005

    Sexist Claptrap!!!!!

    The high star rating is because the book is so well written and entertaining in spite of there being so much I disagree with and resent. Don't get me started on the 'You Seemed So Normal' chapter, or rather, let's. The stereotypical notion of the homosexual by the shrewish Sixties straight female who resents gay men because we lessen her chances or gay women because they give them an added burden to contend with. Puh-leeze!!!! And the heterosexist garbage, from the cartoon drawings highlighting T and A to satiatingly satisfying the prurient tastes of the straight suburban male all harken back to a time it is better so many of us escaped from! To reissue this tripe is almost a yearning for that time to return--but do we really want it to? I don't think so? Has it ever completely gone away? No! Le plus ca change, le plus meme chose!

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