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  • Lesbian Crushes and Bulimia
  • Natasha Holme
  • English
  • 21 August 2018
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10 thoughts on “Lesbian Crushes and Bulimia

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    In 1989 aged nineteen I was sporting a tattoo openly on my wrist which starkly declared my unreuited love for my teacher Miss William

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    The phone rang three times today and each time it was not herA book for anyone who has been overwhelmed by the presence and then the

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    ‘I feel out of control and it terrifies me’This book is a series of diary entries between 30 July 1989 and 13 June 19

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    As the editor of the Anne Lister journals I was amazed when I found Natasha Holmes’ book I learned that like Anne Lister 1791 1840 N

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    This book is exactly what the title says it is the diary of a girl who developed an eating disorder as she struggled with her sexuality Although it's a fairly short read it's an interesting one as well but uite hard to rate and reviewThe closest thing that I can compare this to is the Diary of Anne Frank Like that particular diary these are the recorded thoughts of an ordinary person who experiences the same anxieties th

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    This book was recommended as this months recommendation on the UK Kindle Forum Group I thought I would give it a go as it was only 77p on Kindle I wasn't expecting very much from it but thought it would be good to leaf through However when I picked it up I could literally not put it down I was intrigued about Natasha and h

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    I get it's a diary and in some ways that really conveys really how obsessed she is in this book but it makes it boring to read and there is no real story in the book other than obsession Even before she gets anorexia and bu

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    I have to admit the topic was way outside my usual comfort zone which tends to be Agatha Christie mysteries a lot of the timeHowever after reading the first half of Natasha Holme's book I ended up getting up at 5am to read the rest I just had to know how things turned out and I was very glad to find the author'

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    Read kindle sample and discovered story telling via a characters diary doesn't appeal to me The heroine came across as one dimensional and I couldn't care less about her story despite both topics being a big draw Sampled only no rating

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    Pointless meandering not well edited To much mundane stuff I know it's a diary but it didn't have to be a whole diary I cannot recommend this book to anyone

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Lesbian Crushes and Bulimia

Kick her out of the university Lesbian and Gay SocietyIn this coming out story and love story Natasha struggles with clumsy attempts at heterosexuality the sickening effects of weight loss techniues disapproving shaven headed lesbians and sexual harassment in the chip sh. I have to admit the topic was way outside my usual comfort zone which tends to be Agatha Christie mysteries a lot of the timeHowever after reading the first half of Natasha Holme s book I ended up getting up at 5am to read the rest I just had to know how things turned out and I was very glad to find the author s website and discover she d made it through those tough years For a while there I was wondering whether the diary had been published posthumouslyI found the book very moving and I really appreciated the personal insight into the author s life It must have been tough to put something so personal out there

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In 1989 nineteen year old Natasha is obsessively in love with her former teacher Miss Williams The tattoo she flashes around says so Natasha meets Alex a girl her own age who uestions her about the tattoo An awkward romance is bornIn this real life teenage diary Natasha. The phone rang three times today and each time it was not herA book for anyone who has been overwhelmed by the presence and then the absence of another person And who hasn tThese are diary entries true events and yet they have a novelistic precision and a dramatic sense that reveal Natasha Holme as a natural instinctive writer She has an eye for telling details an exact feeling for how much to tell I m assuming these diaries are somewhat edited and a matter of fact honesty that keep her voice compelling even when the behaviour she s describing is frankly bat excrement crazyWe jump into the story without preamble Natasha and Alex meet as part of a larger group working in Germany Everyone will recognise the little things that seem so important when we first feel attracted to someone the significant coincidences similarities of taste and there is a definite dramatic and sexual tension in the narrative as it follows the two girls tentative friendship But even at this early stage there is a warning sign a reference to beauty being the opposite of big The relationship is not consummated in Germany and the uncertain dance continues with the protagonists now separated Natasha announces her intention of losing weight to impress Alex At this stage Natasha is clearly in a state of heightened romantic and sexual feeling about life as a whole and seems to be assessing everyone male and female in terms of their attractiveness to her Although thinking constantly about Alex and still in the throes of a serious crush on an old teacher she has photos of her blown up and plastered on her walls Natasha embarks on a programme of sexual experimentation with men determined to bed five before she next sees Alex At the same time she is becoming involved with the Gay and Lesbian society at University and we see her slightly obsessive tendencies manifesting in her catalogue of what she has learned about one member of the society she finds attractive a fearlessly out lesbian called Vikki And Natasha s determination to achieve any goal is demonstrated as the deadline for her bedding her five men approaches These are warning signs of what is to come with her determination to lose weightAbout halfway through the book it starts to become less about Natasha s relationships with people and about her relationship with food and her weight I admit I find this less gripping but it nevertheless has a grimly compelling uality of its own there were pages I found literally difficult to read as she describes what she does to herself to induce vomiting The lists of food consumed are of far less interest than the chronicles of sexual and emotional misadventures but they have their place as a measure of the obsession And throughout she remains refreshingly honest as when admitting that she needs the male sexual harassment she gets at work to bolster her confidence and amusingly self aware I shall soon be inflicting paralysis by conversation as she notes she is talking about food againThis book is several things an eye opener for those of us who have never experienced what thinbeautiful can do to someone s self image a chronicle of awakening an examination of the different things we look for in terms of intimacy and a frankly terrifying description of what a sane and intelligent person can subject themselves to but most of all it is a crisply written honest and unsentimental memoir that will strike many chords in responsive readers of any gender or sexual orientationHannah the Christian came to visit me at my reuest I wish everyone were gay Without a single wasted word you know everything Recommended

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Records her panic at a looming LESBIAN relationship To lose some excess fat she starves herself of food whilst working in a chip shop And just to make sure she's gay Natasha drags five boys into bed in the space of a week a sin for which the sexuality police threaten to. This book was recommended as this months recommendation on the UK Kindle Forum Group I thought I would give it a go as it was only 77p on Kindle I wasn t expecting very much from it but thought it would be good to leaf through However when I picked it up I could literally not put it down I was intrigued about Natasha and her life I was amazed that she was so brave to let the world see her as a teenager Certain parts of the book made me laugh at my own teenage self and reminded me of the weird things i thought and did at that age but would be too embarrassed to share now This book is obsessive in its content and it is obsessive reading too I finished it in one day As soon as I finished the book I downloaded her previous book about her life at school as I was dying to learn all about the famous Miss Williams This is not my usual genre of book but I cannot recommend it highly Well done Natasha I cannot wait to see if there will be books released and how things worked out


About the Author: Natasha Holme

Probably the most prolific diary writer in the history of the world I have been obsessively recording my crushes on females since the age of fourteen I currently clock up half a million words per year but never let on to the woman I'm dating that I jot down everything she says and doesI LOVED my all girls public school Apart from mercilessly hounding Miss Williams with whom I fell in love at