and she was thinking about watching it, but my mom said, “I have to warn you, there is a lot of graphic woman-on-woman scenes.”
And my NINETY YEAR OLD GRANDMOTHER said “I don’t know, I might be interested in that.”
A woman born in 1924 is more progressive than today’s world leaders.
Cuz librarians need an advice animal meme too.
Check it out, it’s all my own work, and please submit things, anything library related, or caption ideas.
Here it is: librarianlabrador
The Left Hand of Darkness, Ursula K. Le Guin—Sci-fi story but mostly about how the race of humanoid aliens naturally turn from one sex to another during the mating season and spend the rest of the time genderless.
Selected stories of Franz Kafka, because who doesn’t love a little mindfucking.
The Bird’s Nest, Shirley Jackson—Story of a woman with DID.
The Moon and The Virgin, Nor Hall—1980’s look at feminine archetypes in mythology and literature.
Despite This Flesh—Original poetry and stories by people with motor and/or sensory disabilities.
But my mom got really serious and told me, in no uncertain terms, that I should only read it either at the hotel tomorrow when we’re sharing a room, or the next time Collin stays the night.
"DO NOT read that book alone.", she said.
I am excited and terrified.