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eBook Lap Dancing for Mommy: Tender Stories of Disgust, Blame and Inspiration (Live Girls) ePub

by Erika Lopez

  • ISBN: 1878067966
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Erika Lopez
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Seal Press (June 11, 1997)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1991 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1924 kb
  • Other: lrf doc docx mobi
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 963

Description

Maybe Lap Dancing for Mommy is a graphic novel, or maybe it's a collection of illustrated essays. However you'd describe it, Erika Lopez's narratives are funny and smart and make you cringe in the way of the best self-deprecating humor

Maybe Lap Dancing for Mommy is a graphic novel, or maybe it's a collection of illustrated essays. However you'd describe it, Erika Lopez's narratives are funny and smart and make you cringe in the way of the best self-deprecating humor. The lesbian characters that lurch through Lap Dancing for Mommy include a pissed-off ex-lover, an ingenious and world-class dildo collector, and a very hairy half-Puerto Rican, half-white girl.

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An intelligent and self-deprecating romp through the out there humor of one of today's funniest womenA collection of comic narratives that are hilariously incisive and illustrated in her splashy, apropos style, Lap Dancing for Mommy runs riot with mainstream perceptions of underground lifestyles - and with just about anything else that crosses this artist's keen eye.

Erika Lopez was born in New York City, New York and is the daughter of two civil rights activists, a Puerto Rican . San Francisco: Erika Lopez, 1995. Lap Dancing for Mommy: Tender Stories of Disgust, Blame and Inspiration.

Erika Lopez was born in New York City, New York and is the daughter of two civil rights activists, a Puerto Rican father, Rafael Lopez-Sanchez; and a German-American mother, Deborah Reese. Both of her parents converted to Quaker and she was raised attending Quaker meetings. During early childhood she was raised in Philadelphia, while her parents were still married  .

Manufacturer: Seal Press Release date: 21 May 1997 ISBN-10 : 1878067966 ISBN-13: 9781878067968.

Whether she's revealing Phallusies: The Fake Penis Exhibition, relating the psycho antics of Therapy Girl or the troubles of Camaro Joe, or taking friendly shots at sexuality and the '70s Sisterhood, Lopez's talent and intellect take her work far beyond the usual comic fare. Erika Lopez's cartoons are so corrosive they should come with a hazardous material warning. - Alison Bechdel, creator of Dykes to Watch Out For show more. Format Paperback 200 pages.

Lap Dancing for Mommy: Tender Stories of Disgust, Blame and Inspiration. Grandma López's Country-Mad Fried Chicken Book. Nothing Left But the Smell: A Republican on Welfare. Seattle: Seal Press, 1997. Flaming Iguanas: An Illustrated All-Girl Road Novel Thing. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1997. They Call Me Mad Dog!: A Story for Bitter, Lonely People. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1998. San Francisco: Tiny-Fisted Book Publishers, 2003. The Girl Must Die: A Monster Girl Memoir. Monster Girl Media, 2010.

- Alison Bechdel, creator of Dykes to Watch Out Fo. more).

An intelligent and self-deprecating romp through the out there humor of one of today's funniest womenA collection of comic narratives that are hilariously incisive and illustrated in her splashy, apropos style, Lap Dancing for Mommy runs riot with mainstream perceptions of underground lifestyles - and with just about anything else that crosses this artist's keen ey. - Alison Bechdel, creator of Dykes to Watch Out Fo.

Erika Lopez's award-winning work has reams of racy, raunchy and riotously funny appeal for audiences spanning regular comic fans to Generation X-ers to the queer literary world. This collection of comic, hilariously incisive narratives--illustrated in Lopez's splashy, apropos style--runs riot with mainstream perceptions of "underground" lifestyles--and with just about anything else that crosses this artist's keen eye.

Comments

Gaudiker Gaudiker
I picked up this book after searching and searching for it. I'd already read They Call Me Mad Dog! and Flaming Iguanas, and loved both. Anyone who's read her should read this; this collection of stories and comics cannot be labeled. It's insane, and albeit, a little uneven. But hey - parts of it are more than worth it, like Erika's personal quest for guy-guy porn, and her charmingly witty quest for acceptance as a Puerto Rican bisexual. It's completely worth reading, but let me simply warn you that you may want to ease into this book. It's not for the faint of heart.
Hellblade Hellblade
I love Erika Lopez. She seriously has me going- men, do I really need them, and why?! Any love life is fraught with perils and inconsistencies, and ego-deflating self-doubts, and "Lap Dancing For Mommy" pokes some serious phallic phun at that. It is more centered on visual humor, to some extent, falling back on graphic yet stimulating cartoons. I was somewhat disappointed at the brevity of the book; I was left wanting more, more, more! But what was there, especially towards the end with the longer essays, was really nice.
Samut Samut
Erika Lopez is a very funny woman. She says the things that we only think about and never say aloud. This book is short and can be read in an hour, but it's really funny! I highly reccomend this book if you enjoy almost peeing your pants with laughter.