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How I Became a Feminized Sissywife By Kimmie Holland
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FEMMED TO PLEASE When Nikki’s wife announces that she’s having an affair, he can hardly believe what he’s hearing. Surely, she must be joking! Maybe he should never have admitted... More > how the idea of her being with another man turned him on? “Why, you’re turned on even now,” Pam grinned, pointing her pretty toes at the tell-tale evidence bulging in Nikki’s skimpy panties. Is she just playing along with the fantasy--or has Pam taken the fateful step from fantasy to reality? Nikki learns the answer soon enough when he meets his wife’s lover. What’s worse, Nikki is introduced to Mr. Frazier dressed like a girl. Pam and her lover are ready to take the next step in Nikki’s radical feminization. But is Nikki? Ready or not, Nikki is about to begin the transformation into the perfect little sissy wife.< Less
How I Became a Feminized Sissywife By Kimmie Holland
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FEMMED TO PLEASE When Nikki’s wife announces that she’s having an affair, he can hardly believe what he’s hearing. Surely, she must be joking! Maybe he should never have admitted... More > how the idea of her being with another man turned him on? “Why, you’re turned on even now,” Pam grinned, pointing her pretty toes at the tell-tale evidence bulging in Nikki’s skimpy panties. Is she just playing along with the fantasy--or has Pam taken the fateful step from fantasy to reality? Nikki learns the answer soon enough when he meets his wife’s lover. What’s worse, Nikki is introduced to Mr. Frazier dressed like a girl. Pam and her lover are ready to take the next step in Nikki’s radical feminization. But is Nikki? Ready or not, Nikki is about to begin the transformation into the perfect little sissy wife.< Less
Dream Girl By Clementine von Radics
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Dream Girl is a reflection on girlhood by 24 year-old poet Clementine von Radics. The collection is about the ways idealization leads to dehumanization, perception versus reality, sexism, feminism,... More > mania, love, and Oregon. Dream Girl features poems that have gone viral on tumblr and Button Poetry, as well as 30 new poems, and illustrations by the author. This book is the much-anticipated second collection by Clementine von Radics.< Less
Dream Girl By Clementine von Radics
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Dream Girl is a reflection on girlhood by 24 year-old poet Clementine von Radics. The collection is about the ways idealization leads to dehumanization, perception versus reality, sexism, feminism,... More > mania, love, and Oregon. Dream Girl features poems that have gone viral on tumblr and Button Poetry, as well as 30 new poems, and illustrations by the author. This book is the much-anticipated second collection by Clementine von Radics.< Less
This Could Be Everywhere: An Analysis of Radical Politics in American Hardcore Punk: 1980-1986 By Luke Henderson
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"It was not always pretty, it didn't always work out the way it was planned, but the principles and beliefs upon which 1980s hardcore punk was developed, coupled with the unique structure and... More > organization of the movement, allowed this music-based culture to actively and openly reject fundamental tenets of the social, political, and economic orders of the United States. That is to say, the creation of radical music, the development, of a musical scene that adhered to a strict do-it-yourself ethic, and the lived expression of anti-capitalist political beliefs, situated hardcore punk rock as a particularly subversive experiment between 1980 and 1986." - This Could Be Everywhere< Less
Modern Feminist Theory By Jennifer Rich
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This explication of the major contributions to feminist theory in the late Twentieth Century covers initial articulations of the ‘Woman’ Problem by Virginia Woolf; and Simone de Beauvoir,... More > Radical Feminism (Kate Millett; Shulamith Firestone; Radicalesbians; Mary Daly), Black Feminism (Audre Lorde; Alice Walker; Patricia Hill Collins), French Feminism (Luce Irigaray; Hélène Cixous; Monique Wittig; Julia Kristeva), Materialist Feminism (Gayle Rubin; Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak), and Queer Theory (Adrienne Rich; Judith Butler; Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick; Wayne Koestenbaum). Jennifer A. Rich is an Associate Professor at Hofstra Uiversity where she offers course in the rhetoric of feminism, theories and history of rhetoric and contemporary understandings of rhetoric. She has published widely in the areas of writing studies, rhetoric, film studies, and Shakespeare, and is the author of An Introduction to Critical Theory in the Humanities Insights series.< Less
misconception By victoria hughes
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Her sense of reality severely warped by a childhood spent in feminist communes populated by lesbian university lecturers and PhD students, Clytemnestra finally visits the Spanish village where she... More > had been conceived. The people there have never read a book, let alone heard of radical feminism; and a woman can be called Immaculate Conception, know both of her progenitors …and not find it in the least bit strange. Her budding excitement at this new world is tinged with the pathos of a lifelong search for her father, which becomes increasingly desperate as the novel unfolds. She has read her mother's manuscript, an unpublishable romantic novel, and knows who her imaginary father is. But who is her real father? And, come to that, who is she?< Less
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Quotes for Activists By Rae Charlie
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Quotes for Activists is a collection of thoughts from organizers, radicals, feminists and great leaders.
Hermeneutic Circlejerk By carolyn gage
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A farcical satire on the founding of postmodern theory by two philosophers with a public history of pro-pedophilia activism. Is it just a coincidence that postmodernism deconstructs... More > "children," or could that be the raison d'etre of this philosophy?< Less