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By Michael Carson.

What do you do when you’re fat, 14, obsessed with the Catholic Church, with Doing the Right Thing, with scones and sweets, with other boys and their private parts? Well, if you’re Benson, you panic and flee, hiding from the flesh as a novice in a monastery. Out of print for over a decade, Sucking Sherbet Lemons was written in answer to the Thatcher government’s Clause 28, which in prohibiting the ‘promotion’ of homosexuality, in effect mandated official homophobia. A warm, funny and bold reminder of just how new sexual tolerance is.

292 pages, paperback
 

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Author Michael Carson
Publishers Cutting Edge Books
Year of Publication 2010

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SUCKING SHERBET LEMONS
Michael Carson

What do you do when you’re fat, 14, obsessed with the Catholic Church, with Doing the Right Thing, with scones and sweets, with other boys and their private parts? Well, if you’re Benson, you panic and flee, hiding from the flesh as a novice in a monastery.

Out of print for over a decade, Sucking Sherbet Lemons was written in answer to the Thatcher government’s Clause 28, which in prohibiting the ‘promotion’ of homosexuality, in effect mandated official homophobia. A warm, funny and bold reminder of just how new sexual tolerance is.

292 pages, paperback
 

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SUCKING SHERBET LEMONS

SUCKING SHERBET LEMONS

By Michael Carson.

What do you do when you’re fat, 14, obsessed with the Catholic Church, with Doing the Right Thing, with scones and sweets, with other boys and their private parts? Well, if you’re Benson, you panic and flee, hiding from the flesh as a novice in a monastery. Out of print for over a decade, Sucking Sherbet Lemons was written in answer to the Thatcher government’s Clause 28, which in prohibiting the ‘promotion’ of homosexuality, in effect mandated official homophobia. A warm, funny and bold reminder of just how new sexual tolerance is.

292 pages, paperback