Alison Bechdel, author and comic artist, recalls that her infamous comic strip ‘Dykes to Watch Out For’ originated not only from feminism but deep-seated family secrets and tragedy.  (Image via sca.ucla.edu)

Alison Bechdel, author and comic artist, recalls that her infamous comic strip ‘Dykes to Watch Out For’ originated not only from feminism but deep-seated family secrets and tragedy.  (Image via sca.ucla.edu)

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