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Sexy Sunday! Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters
Tipping the Velvet | Media | The Guardian
The following post contains explicit sexual language and profanity. Welcome to the second installation of Sexy Sunday, my monthly collaboration with fellow blogger The Bookworm Drinketh, in which we read a book infamous for its sex scene or scenes; she writes a review and does her usual cocktail-to-go-with, and I write a review and do a food post inspired by the book. Yes, oysters and lesbians. Well, no one ever accused Sarah Waters of subtlety in her early works. Nan, of course, is devastated and heartbroken, and so begins her career as a cross-dressing call girl who only gives handjobs and blowjobs to men as she struggles with her grief over Kitty. Then, Nan meets the woman who will totally fuck up her life, but in a really seductive and sexual way. Nan is fully in lustful thrall of Diana, who essentially treats her like a fuck slave.
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Tipping the Velvet
The Guardian, Nancy Banks-Smith Verdict: pretty "So sweetly pretty you could tie a pink ribbon round it and call it posy. In a fit of mischief, Andrew Davies said it was indescribably filthy. He only does it to annoy because he knows it teases Rachael Stirling's performance is just fine.
The groundbreaking Victorian romance revolutionised gay literature when it was first published in Laura Wade, Sarah Waters and I are sitting in a cafe talking about dildos. Wade and I are less convinced.