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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
The Single Woman's Manifesto: Turning The Tables On The Men-Folk (Without Being a Liberal, Radical Feminist) By Ali Niles
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Because being a woman doesn't mean you have to be a wuss.
The Single Woman's Manifesto: Turning The Tables On The Men-Folk (Without Being a Liberal, Radical Feminist) By Ali Niles
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Fanning the Flames: How Saul Alinsky Taught the Radical Left to Use Ridicule, Slander, and Intimidation to Silence Conservatives and Advance Its Radical Agenda By Peter Christopher Pappas
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Radical leftists will stop at nothing to silence conservatives—even if it means engaging in slander, ridicule, and intimidation. In Fanning the Flames author Peter Christopher Pappas, a popular... More > political theorist, makes the case that radical leftists are intent on achieving their goals “by any means necessary.” Although they may not know it, these leftists follow the tactics prescribed by Saul Alinsky, whose 1972 book, Rules for Radicals, codified the revolutionary tactics he used to organize unions, minorities, and the poor in a bid to redistribute the nation’s power and wealth. Today, gay rights radicals such as Dan Savage, extreme feminists like Catherine MacKinnnon, and race agitators like Al Sharpton carry on Alinsky’s crusade by hoodwinking the masses into believing that conservatives are homophobic, sexist, and racist. If you want to know why the radical left viciously slanders and defames conservatives, you need to read Fanning the Flames.< Less
HOLLOWAY 8632 By STEPH A AMEY
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In 1905 life in the the East end of London is hard; poor living conditions, low wages, smog. Sally relies on neighbours and family to look after her child so that she can work long hours in the... More > candle factory. When Connie enters her life, she at first appears to need Sally's protection. Connie leads Sally into the suffragette movement, led by the Pankhursts. Increasingly drawn in, the two women struggle to balance work, home life and their radical activities. As the movement’s bonds begin to fracture, Sally and Connie question whether gaining the vote will have any impact on their lives, but still they carry on. With their lives devastated by riots, imprisonment and tragedy, they realise they must find an inner strength just to survive.< Less
The Gaia Papers: In Search of a Science of Gaia By Carolyn Gage
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The Gaia Papers is a fifty-page treatise exploring the age-old question of evil through a lens of radical feminist metaphysics. Gage applies principles of a radical spirituality based on the... More > teachings of Mary Baker Eddy to challenge the impact of gendered violence.< Less
The Gaia Papers: In Search of a Science of Gaia By Carolyn Gage
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The Gaia Papers is a fifty-page treatise exploring the age-old question of evil through a lens of radical feminist metaphysics. Gage applies principles of a radical spirituality based on the... More > teachings of Mary Baker Eddy to challenge the impact of gendered violence.< Less
The Gaia Papers: In Search of a Science of Gaia By Carolyn Gage
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The Gaia Papers is a fifty-page treatise exploring the age-old question of evil through a lens of radical feminist metaphysics. Gage applies principles of a radical spirituality based on the... More > teachings of Mary Baker Eddy to challenge the impact of gendered violence.< Less
Sermons for A Lesbian Tent Revival By Carolyn Gage
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For the first time in print! Thirteen sermons delivered by Sister Carolyn of the Sacred Synapse at her notorious “Lesbian Tent Revival.” Reviving the spirit of sisterhood from those heady... More > days of the early feminist movement, Sister Carolyn revives her flock in a series of hilarious, radical, rabble-rousing sermons. Sister Carolyn urges her congregation to remember, to synapse, to make the connections between the environmental crisis, and personal nutrition, and psychiatric health, and medical misogyny, and social conditioning, and political awareness. She inspires women to reach back into their own histories and the histories of their foremothers for strategies that reinforce connection and weave webs of alliances and support. The Lesbian Tent Revival, held at national women’s festivals, has been a rousing success, and the publication of these sermons should help spread the spark of radical feminism across a world sunk in darkness and disconnection.< Less
Sermons for A Lesbian Tent Revival By Carolyn Gage
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For the first time in print! Thirteen sermons delivered by Sister Carolyn of the Sacred Synapse at her notorious “Lesbian Tent Revival.” Reviving the spirit of sisterhood from those heady... More > days of the early feminist movement, Sister Carolyn revives her flock in a series of hilarious, radical, rabble-rousing sermons. Sister Carolyn urges her congregation to remember, to synapse, to make the connections between the environmental crisis, and personal nutrition, and psychiatric health, and medical misogyny, and social conditioning, and political awareness. She inspires women to reach back into their own histories and the histories of their foremothers for strategies that reinforce connection and weave webs of alliances and support. The Lesbian Tent Revival, held at national women’s festivals, has been a rousing success, and the publication of these sermons should help spread the spark of radical feminism across a world sunk in darkness and disconnection.< Less