Now that the government and medical communities are involved in the creation of who trans folks are, this class of individuals have finally found their safe havens. Now, rather than being merely invisible and awkward,[…]
Choice Ideology and the Parameters of its Practice: Alternative Abortion Narratives in New Mexico by Abigail Adams.
by Denise Donnell Connors Doctoral Candidate, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts; Instructor (on leave), Department of Nursing, Fitchburg State College, Fitchburg, Massachusetts (As published in Advances in Nursing Science volume 2, number 3, 1980, Politics of[…]
By Sheila Jeffreys In Rain and Thunder Summer Solstice 2002 In “Pornography and Grief” Andrea Dworkin writes very powerfully about the impact upon her of having to look at so much pornography in order to[…]
by Amy Winter In Rain and Thunder, Autumn Equinox 2003 Malestream culture these days is so saturated with moralistic concern for health that the very word makes me squirm. Because I’m fat, I’m perceived by[…]
by Amy Winter In off our backs, November-December 2004 It’s no secret that mainstream media are obsessed with women’s looks. For years we’ve been bombarded with advertising for all kinds of products, from skin cream[…]
by Caryatis Cardea Lesbian Ethics, Vol 1 No 3, 1985 Liberty loses its meaning when women are not in fact free to change their situation or when they participate in limiting others’ freedom ~Kathleen BarryF1[…]
by Joan Ward Sinister Wisdom 36: Winter 1988/89 Introduction Therapism is not a word you’d probably find in the average Lesbian’s vocabulary. But oh, how it permeates our communities. Therapism overtakes a community when too[…]