From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaLesbian fiction is a subgenre of fiction that involves one or more primary female homosexuallesbian themes. Novels that fall into this category may be of any genres, such as, but not limited to, historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy, horror, and romance. character(s) and
The first novel in the English language recognised as having a lesbian theme is Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness (1928), which a British court found obscene because it defended "unnatural practices between women". The book was banned in Britain for decades; this is in the context of the similar censorship of Lady Chatterley's Lover, which also had a theme of transgressive female sexuality, albeit heterosexual. In the United States The Well of LonelinessNew York and the Customs Court. A deeper examination of many classic novels and texts reveals lesbian-focused characters. survived legal challenges in
Lesbian fiction saw a huge explosion in interest with the advent of the dime-store or pulp fictionLesbian pulp fiction became its own category of fiction, although a significant number of authors of this genre were men using either a male or female pen name. The feminist movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s saw a more accepted entry of lesbian-themed literature. novel.
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