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The Essential Dykes to Watch Out For - Alison Bechdel
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I loved this collection. I recently wrote a review for a book, complaining that all the characters did was argue with one another. The characters in this book argue on nearly every page, yet it was somehow still fascinating. Apparently it's the quality of the arguing that matters. A really interesting book that explores many topics such as parenting, politics, marriage, friendship, and jobs. 

I'll admit, it took me a little while to get into this. I really didn't like Mo's character to start. She just irritated me with her constant negativity and complaining. By the end, I could deal with her a little better, but it was all of the other characters (especially Lois) that really made this book for me. I just fell in love with those characters and wanted to follow their journeys through this crazy world.