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Lesbian feminism  // Posts tagged as "Lesbian feminism"

24 May Posted by in • Jewelle Gomez | Comments Off on Why We Need a Good Feminist Rant

Why We Need a Good Feminist Rant

Why We Need a Good Feminist Rant

Discrimination is so deeply imbedded in U.S. Culture few of us notice from one day to the next. Even those of us who are experiencing it. Maybe we notice the headlines that blare at us when so many young Black men in a row are killed by police officers and their communities erupt in impotent […]

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23 Nov Posted by in • Jewelle Gomez | 1 comment

Leslie Feinberg and LGBTQ Allyship

Leslie Feinberg and LGBTQ Allyship

I had lunch with Leslie in the early 1990s as she was preparing Stone Butch Blues for publication. Leslie was still formulating her ideas about personal pronouns, about writing, about movements and we discussed her book and the main character from a lesbian feminist perspective. (Please see her partner MinnieBruce Pratt’s discussion of Leslie’s pronoun […]

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27 Aug Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on Scarlet City Coffee Co’s Jen St. Hilaire

Scarlet City Coffee Co’s Jen St. Hilaire

Scarlet City Coffee Co’s Jen St. Hilaire

NOW OPEN! SCARLET CITY ESPRESSO BAR 3960 Adeline St. in Emeryville. What Feminism Means to Jen: Being a Feminist has definitely changed meaning for me over the years.  I started off being a liberal feminist, but I always had radical leanings.  During the 90′s, when I was in my 20′s, the movie “I Shot Andy […]

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12 Jan Posted by in • Epochalips Interviews | Comments Off on Exclusive Interview: Diane Anderson-Minshall

Exclusive Interview: Diane Anderson-Minshall

Exclusive Interview: Diane Anderson-Minshall

Diane Anderson-Minshall, I first met you back in 1996 when you were the Editor of Girlfriends Magazine and I was the Art Director. I had a 6 year old and a new baby and was struggling to pull off the whole “Mom working from home” thing. I was a bit of a train wreck but […]

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03 Feb Posted by in • Rachel Wahba | 15 comments

Worse than The Farhud

Worse than The Farhud

“I survived Baghdad to get cancer”? Mom says ironically as we drive to one of the many medical appointments. We do most of our talking in the car, driving to and from the doctors. Today it is with a Dr. Rossman, a hypnotherapist highly recommended for his work with people struggling with life threatening illnesses. […]

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20 Jan Posted by in • Guest Writers | Comments Off on My Jersey Shore

My Jersey Shore

My Jersey Shore

My first ‘long term’ college relationship lasted almost three years. Annie was a sailor born and raised on the Jersey shore.  Her last name was Italian, but her world was in a universe very different from the popular cable TV show.  Her Sicilian American father held the highest civilian security clearance in the local military […]

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