Mama Lynne's wild west
Jon over at Perrspectives reminds us about Lynne Cheney’s steamy lezzie western in his post, “Life Imitates Art: Lynne and Mary Cheney Write Books.”
Back in 1981, Mary’s mother Lynne Cheney published “Sisters,” a tale of two women’s hard lives and unspoken love in the Old West. The Second Lady showed could she could write – as well as talk – some trash:
“The women who embraced in the wagon were Adam and Eve crossing a dark cathedral stage – no, Eve and Eve, loving one another as they would not be able to once they ate of the fruit and knew themselves as they truly were.”
That potboiler has to be more entertaining that her daughter’s fish wrapping tome.
Lynne was getting all hot and bothered at the typewriter about girl-on-girl action, which begs the question — do you think that Lynne and Dick might have had been in a few three-ways, given her rich fantasy world?
Argh, my eyes, visualizing Darth “in action” is a heinous thought surpassed only by the thought of Denny Hastert getting it on with anyone. Shakes Sis would agree.