Category Archives: recommendations
Belated, sorry. A weekly (intended as weekly, anyway) collection of posts that have caught my attention recently. Hard to believe, but apparently even feminists can be sexy… from AUDREY AND THE BAD APPLES by audrey- *crossposted at Larvatus Prodeo…* (longer comment thread) Manly men from Firedoglake by David Neiwert On Myths and Monsters from Having […]
I’ve been doing so much writing on our Australian domestic politics lately (we’re coming up to an election) that it’s crowded FAQ writing out of the schedule. My apologies. I hereby resolve to at least keep up to date on Round-up posts for you twice a week. Please treat this thread as a shameless spruiking […]
Enjoy. Sexual Politics, Kate Millet (1968) The Politics of Housework, Pat Mainardi (1970 ) Feminism Old Wave and New Wave, Ellen Dubois (1971) Why I Want A Wife, Judy Syfers (1971) The BITCH Manifesto, Jo Freeman (1972) and many more from the Chicago Women’s Liberation Union Herstory Archive. Also: The Dialectic of Sex, Chapter One, […]
From Terrance at The Republic of T, crossposted at Pam’s House Blend (there’s more discussion at The Blend). Terrance revisits an old post of his about the reign of the Alpha Males in light of recent politics and recent books on masculinity, and analyses the demonisation of the Beta Males in recent political campaigns and […]
I’ve updated the Resources page, moving the various Links to their own subpage and adding a separate subpage for Books. There’s also a new subpage under The FAQs page called Not the FAQs: Feminism Friday, trying to spread the word.
What films would you recommend to women coming to feminism as an introduction to feminist concerns about the roles of women? Films where women in traditional gender roles are oppressed, as consciousness raising? Films where women seek personhood in their own individualistic way, full steam ahead, despite society’s disapproval? Films where women walk a line […]
Apologies, I’ve been trying to sleep away a headcold. Here’s some other people’s roundups of recommended reading this week. Feministing’s Weekly Feminist Reader Carnival of Radical Feminists – this is a bit later than planned, because Heart put so much work into setting the stage for what radfem is and isn’t and what radfems have […]