Who Wants a Piece of the Pie?

By Marilyn Frye From Willful Virgin: Essays in Feminism (1992, The Crossing Press)(1) 1976 For feminists, the permanent moral problem of how to live becomes the problem of how to live in accord with feminist[…]

How We Decide

By Terri Fredlund In Sinister Wisdom #48 Winter 1992/93 In order to effectively oppose oppression, we need to know which of our actions are resistance, which serve to strengthen ourselves internally, and which are symptoms[…]

Separatism is Not a Luxury

By C. Maria In Lesbian Ethics Vol 4 No 1 Spring 1990 Julia Penelope, in “The Mystery of Lesbians,” asks, “HOW, in spite of derision, incarceration, violence, and poverty, do we find the courage TO[…]

Look On the Bright Side

by Anna Livia In Unleashing Feminism: Critiquing Lesbian Sadomasochism in the Gay Nineties edited by Irene Reti I arrived in California in August 1990 and everyone I knew had just left for the Michigan Womyn’s[…]