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Best lesbian erotica by Tristan Taormino
Best Lesbian Erotica 1996 by Tristan Taormino1996
Best Lesbian Erotica, 1996 & 1997 by Tristan Taormino1996 and 1997
Best Lesbian Erotica 1997 (Annual) by Jewelle Gomez1997
Best Lesbian Erotica 1998 by Tristan Taormino1998
Best Lesbian Erotica 1999 by Chrystos1999
Best Lesbian Erotica 2000 by Joan Nestle2000
Best of the Best Lesbian Erotica by Tristan TaorminoBest of 1996-2000
Best Lesbian Erotica 2001 (Best Lesbian Erotica Series) by Pat Califa2001
Best Lesbian Erotica 2002 by Amber Hollibaugh2002
Best Lesbian Erotica 2003 by Cheryl Clarke2003
Best Lesbian Erotica 2004 (Best Lesbian Erotica Series) by Tristan Taormino2004
Best Lesbian Erotica 2005 (Best Lesbian Erotica) by Tristan Taormino2005
Best of Best Lesbian Erotica 2 by Tristan TaorminoBest of 2001-2005
Best Lesbian Erotica 2006 (Best Lesbian Erotica) by Tristan Taormino2006
Best Lesbian Erotica 2007 (Best Lesbian Erotica) by Tristan Taormino2007
Best Lesbian Erotica 2008 by Tristan Taormino2008
Best Lesbian Erotica 2009 by Tristan Taormino2009
Best Lesbian Erotica 2010 by Kathleen Warnock2010
Best Lesbian Erotica 2011 by Kathleen Warnock2011
Best Lesbian Erotica 2012 by Kathleen Warnock2012

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