gerrit j. p. bloemen
Sunday, 20 April 2014 13:28
shit, shit, shit
Xav, my dearest, feel *** and my XP also doesn't feel well. still hope of course your joyfull little party is going on as they always do. even don't feel like opening the nicely packed shitbook you asked for... think its the years, tomorrow 72,12 left? but there maybe coming a little luck my way, will tell you about it when I'm coming your way. give my regards to Philip, bad grass doesn't die so soon so see you shortly, G
Monday, 17 February 2014 20:55 | toronto ontario canada
still great looking
Hi Xaviera loved your website,i am 58 i remember you in the 70s you were such a ***y looking kitten back in those days.at 70 you are still a hot looking woman.
Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:25 | Reading, Pennsylvania, USA
Wow. A Fan Since I Was A Freshman In High School 1
Dear Ms. Hollander,
I fondly remember cutting class and sneaking off into the woods where I sat and read your memoir.
Having just completed the 8th grade in a strict Catholic school you helped me to understand that *** was more than OK ... and that it can be a wonderful adventure.
WOW XAVIERA HOLLANDER
Monday, 09 September 2013 20:37
Recently visiting my ex who lives in a big house in France with a huge library, I came across your book there. It was a real find as I'm doing research for a film about a woman who willingly goes into prostitution. And I am happy to report that it is with great satisfaction and interest that I am reading your book! Nic
Sunday, 05 May 2013 02:45 | Midwest, USA
Like so many others, I found "The Happy Hooker" among my parents' things. They never saw it again, but I put the book to good use.
Thanks for opening my mind and heart. You taught me to enjoy every aspect of my ***uality.
I consider you an important early influence on my life.
Love you. Thanks!
Thursday, 31 January 2013 18:39 | Seattle, WA
Loving "The Happy Hooker" book
I'm 30 and just heard of your book, "The Happy Hooker". I'm halfway through and felt compelled to let you know how great it is. Your story is ***, you are very brave, and your text holds up in 2013 as though you wrote it yesterday. BRAVO, MADAM!
Monday, 21 January 2013 01:41 | alhier, natuurlijk...!
Drs, en nog wat meer (want men doet soms wat...)
Hai tante Vera,
Ik ben de kleinzoon van je oom Ben (die van Het Parool, je weet wel).
Wellicht interessant, want we hebben elkaar eerder letterlijk bijna getroffen:
je reed me ooit eens bijna aan tegenover Paradiso met dat suffe brommertje van
je (met iemand achterop) bij het vorige concert van De Residents.
Ik had toen iets moeten zeggen, of slaan wellicht, want: brommerend toeteren
op de stoep om mij weg te krijgen voor een parkeerplekje: tantetje toch...
Maar, dat is vele jaren geleden. En wist jij veel wie je voor je had.
Als een iets ouder en milder neefje meldt je nu:
The Residents verschijnen op 20 mei a.s. aan het IJ, en de vvk is begonnen.
Wellicht ook voor jou leuk om ze weer eens te zien?
Jouw onbekende neefje:
Tuesday, 18 December 2012 23:45 | Toronto
Fantabulous Holiday-Time Newsletter!
Great Holiday Newsletter!
So glad to read that your leg is feeling better and that the 2nd treatment worked^^
I hope this new year brings you and Philip oodles more good health and FUN.
Those theatre productions looked great and I'd have loved to have attended.
Great assortment of photos.
Sending warm hugs & love to you & Philip for this holiday season.
Enjoy your party!
Thursday, 15 November 2012 14:18 | Melbourne, Australia
I was 13 when I discovered your book in my Dad's closet in 1975. You were the first, the best, the only for many years. erm, apart from the boys.
You shaped and left an indelible mark on my psyche, which remains today.
I would so much love to come and enjoy the off-stage familial environs in your pics - there's a certain 'circle of life' that would be finally fulfilled.
In lieu of that, at least I can touch you with this email.
You made a difference in my life. You allowed me to liberate my thinking.
You are, indelibly, a part of me.
Silk touches and brief hugs,
Thursday, 24 May 2012 18:43 | Scotland
I remember picking up your book from my mother's bedside table. A child then, I read it. I had already been groomed by my uncles. Since then I have had a pretty 'normal' life but now in my 50'th year I'd like to pursue my own life.
Glad that you are recovering. Hopefully I will meet you in Amsterdam to finish my education. x x