Synopses & Reviews
It's point/counterpoint for the lesbian set.
Lipstick is the femmey-femme of the pair, while Dipstick is the eternal tomboy. Together, they are here to help whip the most precious lesbian commodity relationships into shape. From finding a date to staying together, they help readers navigate the wild world of discovery that pulls up shortly after the U-haul drives away how to deal with exes, emotional baggage, and sexual dilemmas. Along with pointers about what not to wear, the authors provide a list of the ten signs it's not going to work out.
Gina Daggett and Kathy Belge write the "Lipstick and Dipstick" column for Curve magazine.
"Finally! What we've been missing from Oprah and Dr Phil!! Lip and Dip bring unflinching truth to gay gals who are in, near or want a relationship. And they drench it all with greats gobs of humor. Irresistable." Suzanne Westenhoefer
"Get ready to learn all you ever wanted to know (and more that you never wanted to know) about that girl you are SURE is 'the one' in Lipstick and Dipstick's Essential Guide to Lesbian Relationships. A real page turner and eye opener...but most of all, with a sense of humor! If we can't laugh at ourselves ladies, than who will? Thanks for the insights...better late than never!" Honey Labrador
Straight women have Dr. Phil--now lesbians have their own sassy, straight-talking experts, Lipstick and Dipstick.
About the Author
Gina Daggett is the girly-girl of the pair. Kathy Belge is the eternal tomboy. Lipstick's words have appeared on the cover of Curve, Girlfriends and Just Out, as well as in a Cup of Comfort, The Kerf Poetry Journal, and regularly in the Portland Tribune. Dipstick's writing credits include Curve, Girlfriends, Just Out, Out Traveler, Out.com.