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It women tell me that about. believe in intensified; I My parents were both very much in control, all think the reason -why is A young Lynn Breedlove ening person to me. If I hit me back and I wouldn't die. her, she could hit go up to a cop and hit him, I'm in trouble. I go up to a 250pound fat boy and hit him, I'm dead. So I had to hit my girlfriend. And she had to hit me. We had to punch each other out, and be totally pissed off at each other and rip each other's faces off — and that, for me, was If I nice, non-threatening we couldn't really violence.
But when I was 18 years old, I had a crush on a girl who played guitar, and I went out and I bought a bass so I could start a band with her. I didn't know how to play, and I just sort of taught myself, didn't take lessons. and I I ended up being band for about five years, with another girl. AJ: Where are you from? in a LM: Lynn Payne's graduation from James Cardinal McGuigan Catholic High School (1989). women Remem- it? that Boulder, Colorado. band there, women who were way that it felt we were When I played in really the only playing music at all.
I want to do it more, but it costs money and I don't have money. That was a rush, and a rush I'd take of us were to leave the band, a hardcore why I did drugs. I want on the other of the is what I w^ant. I cut off a rubber dick in the context of talking about gang rape. It's a cathartic ritual; it makes us feel like w^e are getting some kind of revenge. No, ^ve're not cutting off any real dicks. S/M community — I S/M, I don't w^alk around dressed in leather from head to toe all the time. The song "Femme Bitch Top was commissioned by a neighborhood S/M femme don't necessarily identify as A J: You jumped with a parachute, right?
Angry Women in Rock, Volume 1