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Blue Is the Warmest Color, a coming-of-age movie about the love affair between two young women, has been criticized as pornographic and exploitive. But critic David Edelstein says the film artfully captures the intensity of sexual discovery — and dependency. (Recommended)
A PBS documentary looks at King's legacy as both a tennis champion — she has a record 20 Wimbledon titles — and the leader of a female player uprising that demanded fairer treatment and pay. She tells Fresh Air about the challenges of being a female player before there was a women's league.
This interview was originally broadcast on Sept. 12, 2013.
Bannon (pseudonym) has written a number of lesbian pulp fiction books, including Odd Girl Out, I Am a Woman and Journey to a Woman. Bannon went on to become a college dean, and has kept her identity a secret. This interview first aired Dec. 8, 1999.