About Norma Vasquez

Apparently, I eat books.

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  • Norma shared from Beebo Brinker (Lesbian Pulp Fiction) by Ann Bannon
    “The world was made for normal people,” he said. “The abnormal in this world have a tough go. If they keep their abnormality secret, they’re damnably lonely. If they broadcast it, they’re damnably hurt. You
  • Norma shared from Beebo Brinker (Lesbian Pulp Fiction) by Ann Bannon
    The lines about her eyes and mouth were faint and fine. You had to look for them, and somehow they made her beauty the more poignant, emphasizing as they did the perishability of human loveliness. She
    Note: "the perishability of of human loveliness"
  • Norma shared from Beebo Brinker (Lesbian Pulp Fiction) by Ann Bannon
    “I make my own trouble, Beebo. I thrive on it. The way I see it—” she paused to give Beebo her arm, and Beebo took it smoothly, with a sense of power and burgeoning desire, “—life is flat and dreary without trouble.” Mona
  • Norma shared from Beebo Brinker (Lesbian Pulp Fiction) by Ann Bannon
    “It’s no disgrace to be scared, Beebo. Only to act like it.”
  • Norma shared from Beebo Brinker (Lesbian Pulp Fiction) by Ann Bannon
    there was no one to tell her that the time would come when the label wouldn’t frighten her; when she would be happy simply to be what she was.
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Norma Vasquez