When The Dinettes formed in 1979, just as San Diego’s budding punk-rock scene was kicking into high gear, they had the distinction of being the only all-woman band in town.“It was both an advantage and a disadvantage,” recalled lead singer Doriot Lair, who is back on board after the recently reunited Dinettes’ 37-year hiatus.“People’s insistence at calling us an ‘all-girl’ band really drove me crazy. I’d been brought up to be a feminist and it was really difficult to get away from people labeling us a novelty act. It was never about our musicianship, even though all of us were classically trained. It was: ‘Oh, an all-female band.