Two 1950s Mississippi families struggle with gay issues. Sid Hodges and JB Day were forced to flee the Deep South almost at gun point, and under threat of lynching. Eventually, they end up in San Franciso, living through the Stonewall riots and other great social upheavals of the 1960s. Later, Sid's son, Steven, who comes out of the closet at that very time, joins them. qDaddy, Can I Borrow Your Purse?q is a funny, evocative, and touching story told in fine old South tradition with a West Coast Zing! It is populated by a cast of real characters that you'll never forget.Southern comfort fare like meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy, and black-eyed peas, not to mention fresh-baked peach ... Meatloaf in the oven; wea#39;ll feast on it most of the next week. ... aSit there on the couch so you wona#39;t get all mussed up.
|Title||:||Daddy, Can I Borrow Your Purse?|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-07-01|