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Janet Green was the youngest of seven from a working class family. Brutally introduced to sex at fourteen she explored her sexuality via swinging parties finally opting for lesbian relationships. She later went on to become a hippy using recreational drugs for several years. Secretary, nurse, artist’s model, stripper, degree student and social worker and manager in social care all formed part of her varied career.
A rather poignant, provocative and heart-warming memoir by a lady who could have hit rock bottom and stayed there, yet she fought her way back with attitude. The introduction announces the contents with gusto. From secretary to stripper, topless model to social worker, Janet Green experimented with sex, drugs and rock and roll in the sixties and seventies. She was sexually abused, manipulated and yet has maintained her integrity and learned to love herself. Janet Green has used her diaries to write her memoir and has included some of her poetry, which fixes eerily on her feelings at the time. ‘Rebel Without A Clue’ includes a number of atmospheric photos, where her character shines from the page and helps to colour in the background to the story. The early life story of Janet is on occasion an eyebrow raising one, yet is also emotional and inspirational. ~ Liz Robinson