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Trouble & Strife: Who Owns Gender?

Who Owns Gender? Delilah Campbell reflects on the deeper meaning of recent conflicts between feminists and transgender activists. [Originally from Trouble & Strife: Who Owns Gender] For a couple of weeks in early 2013, it seemed as if you couldn’t … Continue reading

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Lee Lakeman on Red Hot Video, the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade and the struggle against pornography

This recording was found on vmc. Reposting here with a transcript: (download mp3) “Red Hot Video was a series of stores, five I think, in the lower mainland. They were franchised owned stores which were introducing a line of videos … Continue reading

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Telephone

Lately, I’ve become convinced that politics on the internet is a giant game of telephone. [A] game played around the world, in which one person whispers a message to another, which is passed through a line of people until the … Continue reading

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The Complete Works of Andrea Dworkin

Available here:  http://radfem.org/dworkin/

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“there’s power in the sex workers union”

“There’s power in the sex workers union” was a search term that found this blog yesterday. And as it turns out, “There’s Power in a Sex Workers Union” is a real thing. SEX WORKERS UNION there is power in the … Continue reading

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Consent

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Rote Zora

“[I]n 1974 when Germany was still divided into East and West. A group of women got together on the western, democratic side of the wall and formed an anti-patriarchal group named after the red-haired, Robin Hood-like heroine of the 1941 … Continue reading

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