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Fedora Walks. 18 masked abandon. A reference to the Carnivale of Venice and other places. In opera such masked reveries are often the site of lesbian connection. 19 bougainvillea. See Donna McSkimming. 1986. Beware the Bougainvillea, pp. 8-9. The bougainvillea is not the threat, but rather the group of unknown men in a restaurant in “A Fairy Tale”, pp. 21-22. 20 Sissinghurst. Vita Sackville-West's famous garden in England. It is a place of pilgrimage for many contemporary lesbians. 21 paradise.
2005. On Monique Wittig. 11 broad daylight. Our behaviour in the 1970s was a precursor to the “kiss ins” which were staged a decade later when “Queer” emerged. 12 badges. The badges we wore were many and various. Some in my collection read: LESBIANS IGNITE. HOW DARE YOU PRESUME I’M HETEROSEXUAL. RADICALESBIANS. LESBIANS ARE EVERYWHERE. 13 eggs. An interesting subliminal message is conveyed in the use of these missiles against lesbians. 21 to the moon5 with desire satisfying their infinite appetites6 some have been corrupted by the very ones paid to protect them7 many a girl has longed to unravel the skeins of her teacher’s passion8 an army of lovers9 shall never be defeated we chant as an entire generation converts we become the lavender menace the mauve peril the lesbian plague10 my lover and I walk the inner city streets holding hands kissing in broad daylight11 I wear a clamour of badges12 at night in those same streets passing youths hurl eggs at us13 22 14 pool billiards snooker.
Push. 26 Voudou. See Luisah Teish. 1988. Jumbalayah. 27 Afrekete. See Catherine E. ). 1995. Afrekete: An Anthology of Black Lesbian Writing. Afrekete is a Yoruba goddess and a character from Audre Lorde’s Zami (1982). 28 explosives. “Car Maintenance, Explosives and Love” by Donna Jackson is a monologue which explores the explosiveness of a relationship between a working-class and a middle-class lesbian. The play uses real explosives, handled by writer and performer, Donna Jackson. This anthology was preceded by The Exploding Frangipani.