"When i think back on Joan and our relationship, i can still feel a distant quaking inside. Our friendship was a godsend to me. It ran deep, and at times she was the only one that kept me sane. Joan was perceptive. Almost like she could read my mind. God, how i needed that kind of connection. Especially when i felt so disconnected. I believed in her, and the dream that had driven her this far. I felt safe when i stayed close to her, like i’d be swept up in the safety net of her steadfast vision of what we were all here to do. Sometimes we’d look at eachother and I’d get that tingling in my stomach. Her smile was warm and her fun-loving attitude made me forget just how strange and bizarre this new and crazy world really was. She was my anchor. How do I explain about a person that was my bestfriend, someone i would confide in like a sister, someone who to me became a strong sexual attraction? Well, it’s easy. Just like how easy it was to be that way with her. I can leave it by saying that i had moments with a friend that quake me to this day. And they were some of the most satisfying moments of my young life. "
- Cherie Currie (Neon Angel: Memoir of a Runaway, pages 121-122) some of the best parts in the whole book, a friendship like that is what every girl can only dream about <3