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Author: Pat Califia
ISBN: 1555833691
Language: English
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Alyson Books (May 1, 2000)
Rating: 4.5
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In Doc and Fluff, Califia blends dystopia, BDSM, and lesbian romance to tell an original tale of violence and retribution among bikers, back-to-the-land feminists, and queer outlaws.

In Doc and Fluff, Califia blends dystopia, BDSM, and lesbian romance to tell an original tale of violence and retribution among bikers, back-to-the-land feminists, and queer outlaws. A defense of literary merit is not entirely merited: the plot meanders, the secondary characters are thin, and the writing clunky.

Set in the bleak and not-too-distant future of a culture in its death throes, Doc and Fluff careens through the lives of a pair of outlaw women struggling to survive on the road.

For those of you who don't know, Pat Califia was a lesbian when she wrote this book. This book, as it is advertised, is "not for the faint of heart. This book has very strong, shocking scenes that you will not forget. The character of Fluff is a prostitute. If you think that you have seen it all, and if you think that you can't be shocked, then you will love this book. I didn't like the "Goddess" parts.

The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker Cult best-seller Califia's wildly popular erotic novel, with a new introduction by the author. Califia at her hot, wet, trashy best. ISBN13:9781555833695.

Set in the bleak and not-too-distant future of a culture in its death throes, Doc and Fluff careens through the lives . Результаты поиска по книге. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. Patrick Califia is a noted pornographer and cultural critic whose writing and activism have revolutionized queer sex. Among his most noted books are Coming to Power, Macho Sluts, Melting Point, No Mercy, and Speaking Sex to Power. Библиографические данные.

This one is actually a really deep read masquerading as a very VERY edgy gritty and violent piece: Pat Califia's Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker. Neither I nor my SO are into violence at ALL (in novels or in life) but we both love this book

This one is actually a really deep read masquerading as a very VERY edgy gritty and violent piece: Pat Califia's Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker. Neither I nor my SO are into violence at ALL (in novels or in life) but we both love this book. But it should come with a warning label re sex and violence.

A wild ride on the edge of the future. It's sci-fi, it's kinky, it's queer and it has some really disturbing scenes that still make me twitch. For Pat Califia completists or those who aren't easily squicked.

Doc and Fluff: The Distopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker: Pat Califia. When love enters Tranby Quirke's life in the form of a beautiful 19-year-old student, Lysette McDonald, she embarks on the most remarkable journey of all. London: 1909. spinster and secret suffragette Tranby Quirke spends her days toiling in obscurity as a lecturer to modern women and spends her nights embarking on exotic foreign adventures-but only inside her head. Then love enters Tranby's life in the most unexpected of ways and her real life adventures take her on . : reel lives :: sappho's book club ♀♀.

Patrick Califia (formerly known as Pat Califia); born 1954 near Corpus .

Patrick Califia (formerly known as Pat Califia); born 1954 near Corpus Christi, Texas) is a writer about sexuality and of erotic fiction, nonfiction essays, and poetry. Califia's most recent book is "Boy in the Middle", a collection of erotic stories. "Macho Sluts", Alyson Publications, November 1988, ISBN 1-55583-115-X "Doing It for Daddy: Short Sexy Fiction About a Very Forbidden Fantasy", Alyson Publications, December 1994, ISBN 1-55583-227-X "Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker", Alyson Publications, May 1996, ISBN 1-55583-369-1 "The Second Coming: A Leatherdyke Reader", Alyson Publications, July 1996

Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker. Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Small Press Book Award. Honored for : Different Mothers: Sons and Daughters of Lesbians Talk About Their Lives. Nominations . Nominee.

Doc and Fluff: The Dystopian Tale of a Girl and Her Biker.

Set in the bleak and not-too-distant future of a culture in its death throes, Doc and Fluff careens through the lives of a pair of outlaw women struggling to survive on the road. Packed with true love, rough sex, and over-the-top adventure, this popular novel is now available with a new introduction to the wild world of Pat Califia's imagination.
Comments (7)
Adokelv
This book provided me with a very different perspective, one that I had yet to be exposed to in our paternalistic society. The concept of an all female society, where women do it all and some girls go most of their childhoods without even seeing a male. Although the society in this work of fiction has it's problems, as it certainly would if it were a reality, it's an interesting concept all the same. I found it helpful in getting me to think in some different ways. The sex and violence were disturbing, but an essential part of the story, this book is not for the feint at heart or easily offended. Creative, memorable, and well worth reading! -Sharice Lee Author: The Survivor's Guide-
Vertokini
Old school, biker ways, men dominate, women hard working winners in the end.
Ceck
This is an awesome read! I could not put the book down after I started reading it.
Arlelond
For those of you who don't know, Pat Califia was a lesbian when she wrote this book. Since then, she has transitioned and is now a man.

And for those of you who don't know, the word "FLUFF" describes the literal "hired hand" who keeps men "ready" in between the taping of scenes in porn movies. The character of Fluff is a prostitute.

And the character of Doc is not a doctor, but a butch lesbian who is known for helping out when a real doctor is not available.
She is tough, but is later shown as not so tough after all.

This book, as it is advertised, is "not for the faint of heart."
This book has very strong, shocking scenes that you will not forget.
If you think that you have seen it all, and if you think that you can't be shocked, then you will love this book.

I didn't like the "Goddess" parts.
Women in the book would suddenly stand up in front of everyone and announce, "The Goddess has said this to me,"
and everyone would drop everything and listen intently and write it all down.
At first, I wasn't sure if the Goddess was a "real" character, but later on, it was shown that she was.
So, I didn't think that a book like this needed a supernatural character.
Lost Python
I like to think I have an open mind about anything and sometimes that's a dangerous thing because some of us who truly believe we are open are in fact the most closed. All that withstanding on just the merits of a good storyline the book is mediocre. It's disjointed style makes it hard to stay interested. The main character of Doc is not given a soul for which we (the reader) should care about until the last few pages. Kind of late isn't it? Also Fluff, for all her bad and good virtures, miraculously becomes some sort of Angel that Doc just doesn't appreciate. Well I didn't appreciate the character switch. All the sex is violent so if you like that sort of thing have at it but to be honest I was expecting more than the few scenes doled out by Pat. I'll tell you that the sex was the least of this book's problems. If you just like futuristic hooey with a twist then read this book.
Whilingudw
This is the first book I have read by Pat, and I highly enjoyed this real to life, un sugar coated telling of a believable fictional tale. Its rough and real! Pat really knows how to talk HARD and keep it relavent to the story line. The charaters she describes are varied and equally reflect their knowledge from graduating from their own schools of hard knocks. Its a hard world they live in however they continue to survive, love, and prosper even in the mose dire of sercumstances!!!
Karg
Who would have thought that such a fast-moving, action-packed story could have so much else to offer as well. This one delves into the intricacies of relationships, provides an often satirical, but also a compassionate and understanding view of the politics in a lesbian-feminist community, and shares a spirituality related to the goddess.
While the politics and philosophy and raunchy sexual encounters are always there, the novel never loses sight of it's down-to-earth humanity.
Read the introduction AFTER you read the novel, unless you don't mind being told how the story will turn out. Besides, the introduction may leave you with the incorrect feeling that Pat is a militant "man-hater".
I loved the book enough to recommend it to non-scene readers.