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See our picks. Title: Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl Charlotte's gallery scores a big hit with the works of the artist Baird Johnson, rare even for New Yorkers' almost un-shockable standards: drag kings, women completely dressed-up as men; Baird, himself a gentleman, even gets conservative WASP lady Charlotte to pose for him, his way. Samantha was looking for an assistant, but one look on sexy stud Matt decided her mind in his favor; his professionally unacceptable arrogant attitude to her PR clients still gets him fired, but both are immediately eager to start jumping each-other's bones now are they no longer ethically barred. Carrie's boyfriend Sean isn't just young enough to be more boy then her others friends, he's also openly bisexual, which starts her wondering if gender is a dying concept.
See our picks. Title: Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl Charlotte's gallery scores a big hit with the works of the artist Baird Johnson, rare even for New Yorkers' almost un-shockable standards: drag kings, women completely dressed-up as men; Baird, himself a gentleman, even gets conservative WASP lady Charlotte to pose for him, his way. Samantha was looking for an assistant, but one look on sexy stud Matt decided her mind in his favor; his professionally unacceptable arrogant attitude to her PR clients still gets him fired, but both are immediately eager to start jumping each-other's bones now are they no longer ethically barred.
Carrie's boyfriend Sean isn't just young enough to be more boy then her others friends, he's also openly bisexual, which starts her wondering if gender is a dying concept. Miranda is back with Steve and gave him a key, but really wrestles with his tendency to 'invade' her apartment territory, such as sleeping with his head touching 'her' pillow.
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All Episodes Charlotte's gallery scores a big hit with the works of the artist Baird Johnson, rare even for New Yorkers' almost un-shockable standards: drag kings, women completely dressed-up as men; Director: Pam Thomas. Added to Watchlist. TV Series Library. LeRoy book, I was a little curious about the "scandal" that erupted. After reading this book I could care less. It might have been a scandal, but it was only scandalous to the "artsy-fartsy-protectors of-all-things-sacred in-the-art-world" crowd.
The only redeeming thing about this book was when Carrie The story of J. The only redeeming thing about this book was when Carrie Fisher shows up. Dec 02, Meg rated it did not like it. I couldn't even finish it. Not only did I feel deceived the entire time, but Savannah Knoop takes no personal responsibility and is a terrible writer.
The book was flat out boring. Maybe if her sister-in-law had written it Jun 22, Katy rated it did not like it. Quite frankly, this is a loathsome book about loathsome people without remorse or redeeming qualities.
Knopp writes about her actions as though they were done to her, but thats hardly the case. Knopps abusive behaviour and lies are the foundation of this book and it reads like sad, sick exploitation theatre.
She degrades the most vulnerable peoples experiences by posing as this mountain of lies. Would give it zero stars if I could. Dec 27, Heather Gibby rated it liked it. Perhaps I have been living under a pop culture rock, but I had never heard of JT Leroy or the whole impersonation hoax before I stumbled across this book.
It was quite a fascinating read, and took me down an internet hole. Aug 05, Meg Kenny rated it did not like it.
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I tried to read this garbled, self serving, inauthentic piece of trash. Really I did. I wanted to be open minded about the motives of someone who would willingly go along with a lie about the, frankly, soul destroying life of a boy who is systematically abused and violated at every turn and then, to add insult to injury, fakes an AIDS diagnosis to cover up said lie.
These things happen, so Savannah Knoop would have you believe, almost by accident. What is even more galling about the conduct of I tried to read this garbled, self serving, inauthentic piece of trash.
What is even more galling about the conduct of this 'poor, naive' woman is that she is now trying to claim that the only reason she took part in one of the worst, most pointless literary hoaxes in living memory is because she has 'poor self esteem'. Well, I'm sure we all know that the best way to cure low self esteem is to fabricate a life, mislead people, fleece them out their money and time and then write a book about how you did it.
Much healthier than seeing a therapist. The only thing worse than what she and her sociopathic sister in law did, is her total refusal to take responsibility for it. I made it to chapter 2, after reading about the sex crime she committed against Asia Argento yes I do think lying to someone about your gender and indeed your very personhood to deceive then into having sex with you is a sex crime Take my advice, don't waste your time or your money on this.
Jan 16, Lesbianfunworld Online rated it it was ok.
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It is the sad story of two women so in hate with themselves they choose to be someone else a drug-addicted, HIV positive, sexually abused, ex-prostitute transsexual. I mean sure, it looks glamorous when you write it out like that, but two women pretending to be the same young gay guy?
You have to know it will end badly. The author of this book, Savannah Knoop, is one of the girls in the title. The other girl is Laura Albert. And the boy is JT Leroy thats Ahhhhh. It is the sad story of two women so in hate with themselves they choose to be someone else a drug-addicted, HIV positive, sexually abused, ex-prostitute transsexual.
Savannah acts as JT during book signings, when meeting movie stars, when getting freebies from people, sleeping with actresses you know, all that glamorous stuff that drug-addicted, HIV positive, sexually abused, ex-prostitute transsexual authors get to do.
I fell asleep a few times while reading. Give it some maturity, depth and feminist insight, and it might be brilliant. Oct 09, Imogen added it. Man, y'know, I thought I was interested. I liked the JT Leroy fiasco!
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I was in a weird place when I read those books, though, and I'm terrified to go back and re-read them 'cause they might be totally stupid. Though I totally don't care about policing authenticity in authorship. Have we forgotten the structuralists so soon, just because structuralism doesn't really work? So yeah. I thought this would be interesting, so I read the first chapter or two. Early on there's a bit where she and Asia Man, y'know, I thought I was interested.
Oddly, it ended up sitting in my bag for a week after that and I couldn't muster the interest to keep reading. Oh well, whatever. I'm not gonna give it a revengeatory one-star, 'cause I barely got twenty pages into it, but I will give it an enormous 'whatever. Nov 30, Malvolio rated it it was ok.
I don't know. I thought it was interesting in regards to the whole scandal The days of Errol Flynn are over methinks. I was just kind of bored. Jul 07, Brittani rated it really liked it. It's not the best written book out there but it's still a very good read. I'm glad Savannah found her voice, I feel Laura often tries to deny her that so she can craft her own narrative about how the entire JT Leroy facade went down.
Savannah's POV is interesting. Oct 02, Ray rated it it was ok. Apr 03, E rated it did not like it Shelves:memoir-bioqueer. The things I read for love. I wanted so much more info.
A hopeful attempt, at best.
What happened to the hottest boy/girl that you went to school with? I think everyone has gone to school with a really hot person at some point, be it a boy or a girl. I'm just curious what 'that hot boy/girl' ended up doing with life, or what he/she is doing right now in terms of work. gangsta as fuck.
This told me nothing new. Lots of adverbs. Jan 01, Jaimini Mehta rated it liked it. Not amazing but not awful. It did make me want to read The Heart Oct 03, Ea Solinas rated it liked it. The tale of J. He became a cult figure for several years But a crucial part of the whole affair was Savannah Knoop, the young woman who pretended to be Leroy for public appearances - she donned a blonde wig, a The tale of J. But a crucial part of the whole affair was Savannah Knoop, the young woman who pretended to be Leroy for public appearances - she donned a blonde wig, a Southern accent and an androgynous wardrobe to play a painfully shy it-author.
Leroy," Knoop explores the years she spent living a double life, and the struggles she experienced, both as her real and fictional selves. The writing is a little rough-edged, but she gives some fascinating glimpses behind the curtain of this 21st-century literary hoax.
Savannah Knoop presents herself as a rather atypical young woman - adrift after boarding school, she began working in a Thai restaurant with no idea "what I was going to do with my life. Laura created the personal of "Terminator" - later J.
Leroy - and wrote two books based on his fictional life as the son of a truck-stop prostitute. After unsuccessfully searching for someone to "impersonate" J. She bound her breasts, donned a wig and a raccoon penis bone, and pretended to be a shy young artist.
But though she expected it to be a one-off service to her sister-in-law, she soon found herself playing J.
As she spirals deeper into the illusion of J. Leroy, relationships become strained and the entire hoax is threatened with exposure - including Savannah herself. There's something deeply fascinating to me about the entire J. Leroy affair, and "Girl Boy Girl" sheds some light on how a simple alter ego became something more tangible, more "real.
She blossoms slowly like a moonflower, despite the shadow cast by J. And as Knoop explores her double life, she also explores her self-esteem issues and the slow flowering of her own identity, such as her gradual movement into fashion design or her trip to Brazil. The entire masquerade as J. Leroy clearly was not a healthy experience for her on many levels she describes developing a dysmorphic reaction to her own breastsbut it's not hard to feel the addictive thrill of playing a dramatic character who mesmerized so many people, and living a life removed from her own mundane experiences.
And while Knoop may not be a J. Leroy as a writer, she does have some flair for the written word. The introductory chapter about sex with Argento is kind of purple-prosy, but she has a knack for bringing color and a sense of surreality to her experiences as J.
However, she struggles to convey the passage of time, as the book spans several years, and the narrative sort of crashes to a halt after the revelation of the hoax. I would have liked to see a little more of her feelings and experiences after the deception was exposed. Full of strange anecdotes and a sense of delicate surreality, "Girl Boy Girl" is a fascinating if flawed glimpse into a 21st-century literary hoax, and the inner workings of a young woman's mind as she literally lives a lie.
If nothing else, see it before the movie comes out. Jan 29, Kerri Thomas rated it it was ok. I found this book deeply unsatisfying. And yet, it shouldn't have been. To impersonate a teenage, male, previously drug addicted street prostitute takes balls, especially when you're a girl, ha ha.
But you get absolutely no sense of that in this book. I could be reading my grocery list.
I had watched the movie of this I found this book deeply unsatisfying. I had watched the movie of this book before I read it don't botherand I should have been forewarned.
If JT LeRoy actually acted out like that in real life, it's cringe-worthy. The incomprehensible mumbling, the head hanging, the inane things 'he' said To me, they thought, no doubt subconsciously, that they would get some reflected glory by knowing someone who supposedly had lived such a dark, sordid, sleazy life.
It reminds me of the fact that a lot of straight living people are envious of others who have lived a 'sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll' lifestyle. Believe me, there is nothing glamorous about it at all; I speak from sad experience.
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Anyway, to get back to the book, not only does the reader not get a true sense of what it was like to be this impersonator, but there is no insight into the person who actually wrote the J T LeRoy books, Laura Albert. I was hoping to find out exactly why Ms Albert was so desperate to hide her real identity. Why, early on, when the books became successful, did she not step out and say 'I'm the author'? I do know from watching her documentary 'The JT LeRoy Story', that she felt no one would be interested in her writing if they knew that she was an overweight thirty-something unemployed female; however, the hoax she perpetrated was, in itself, quite interesting, and she could have owned up to being the interesting creator, but, to the very end, she tried to hide that fact.
As Ms Knoop was the closest to Ms Albert in this deception, who better, I thought, than she to know why this was so and to shed light on it? Well, she didn't, not at all. We do get a sketchy portrait of Ms Albert, but no real insight. Perhaps, if a reader comes to this book without any specific curiosity such as I had, it may be interesting, but I was left, as I say, deeply unsatisfied.
Loved the movie so much I bought the book. Easy and quick to read and just a really interesting story. Knoop doesn't excuse any behaviourbut more explores the situation and that experience of being stuck in something you want to get out of but not knowing how.
Also how if you're damaged anywaythese experiences are kind of easy to end up in. Asia Argento does NOT come off well in this book. Oh, I'm also going to go in with - this book was written a little while ago and probably wouldn't be Loved the movie so much I bought the book. Oh, I'm also going to go in with - this book was written a little while ago and probably wouldn't be written like this now - the author has done a new introduction where they state they are non- binary but didnt have the language for that when writing the book.
And I also think there are examples of how language has changed in this book and what was acceptable maybe then, now isn't. Dec 22, hattie rated it it was amazing.
From looking at the reviews, it would seem that people are rating this book based on the moral character of Savannah Knoop or Laura Albert!
Thats a shame. This one definitely left me with wanting more. And, it was yet more proof that Carrie Fisher was probably one of the kindest people in Hollywood.
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Sep 25, Laura rated it did not like it. It was just a bunch of narcissists being narcissistic. Side note - I am always suspicious of memoirs that are almost entirely conversations. Apr 09, Allie Marini rated it it was amazing. Maybe even more so. Oct 26, LJS rated it liked it.
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Would really give it 2. I listened to this as an audio book. This story is so fascinating, but the writing was not great. I am not a fan of overly descriptive narration that has nothing to do with the story constant descriptions of food, etc. I did really appreciate her side of the story. I'm not usually drawn to this kind of story. But it's interesting to hear Kristen Stewart narrated the whole thing. She even do accents and stuff.
Not something I would recommended to others, but at least try to listening to the audiobook, it makes this whole story a lot more enjoyable! Such an interesting story, I've read JT Leroy's books Was awesome to hear it from Savannah's perspective.
Aug 11, Pinja rated it it was ok. Interesting story, just wasn't smitten with the way it was written. A bit confusing sometimes, if you aren't already familiar with the story. Aug 16, Rayna rated it it was ok. It was an interesting story but in the end I didn't feel bad for either Savannah JT or Laura so I'm not sure this book had the intended result. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.