Phoebe Athey | A Guide to Good Taste & Elegance in Sexual Activities

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A Guide to Good Taste & Elegance in Sexual Activities

by Phoebe Athey

A fun, informative and educational romp about sexuality throughout the decades through the lens of a feminist from the rural Midwest as she comes of age at a liberal arts college then on to New York City.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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2. An Inspirational Message for Young People
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3. 101 Ways
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4. Close Encounter
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5. Apocrypha of Big Don: A Treatise on Pornographic Practices Not Especially Demeaning to Women
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6. Apocrypha of Big Don: Big Bunny
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7. Apocrypha of Big Don: Big Beseeching Brown Cow Eyes
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8. Apocrypha of Big Don: Old Fudgy Fingers
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Synopsis:
A fun, informative and educational romp about sexuality throughout the decades through the lens of a feminist from the rural Midwest as she comes of age at a liberal arts college then on to New York City. The saga concludes with her return to the Midwest and subsequent marriage, divorce, and menial employment at a gourmet catering company ruled by a promiscuous, aging old queer entrepreneur.

About the Author:
Phoebe Athey writes satire, often self-deprecating humor. She graduated from High School in 1962, attended a University for one year in Kentucky, then a University in Illinois for 4 years graduating with a degree in fine arts in 1967. She moved to NYC immediately & took a course in speech & diction at Columbia University pedantically demonstrated in this audiobook.

Previous Publications:
The Lavender Herring, Lesbian Essays from The Ladder 1976
OUI magazine January 1978 "The Little Man in the Boat" pseudonym Lisa Southern
Open 24 Hours, Brescia University anthologies, 11 stories 2005-2016
Xmas Stories for the Tasteful Atheist 2018

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