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Listen up : voices from the next feminist generation

Author: Barbara Findlen
Publisher: Seattle, Wash. : Seal Press, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of essays by young women who describe feminism as it relates to their personal lives and to society at large.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Findlen
ISBN: 1878067613 9781878067616
OCLC Number: 31607164
Description: xvi, 264 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Chicks goin' at it / Anastasia Higginbotham --
Ruminations of a feminist aerobics instructor / Alisa L. Valdés --
Betrayal feminism / Veronica Chambers --
Imagine my surprise / Ellen Neuborne --
Your life as a girl / Curtis Sittenfeld --
Better in the Bahamas? Not if you're a feminist / Lisa Bowleg --
Word warrior / Jennifer DiMarco --
Ghosts and goddesses / Bhargavi C. Mandava --
The body politic / Abra Fortune Chernik --
It's a big fat revolution / Nomy Lamm. Lusting for freedom / Rebecca Walker --
You're not the type / Laurel Gilbert --
Tight jeans and chania chorris / Sonia Shah --
What is mine / Sharon Lennon --
One bad hair day too many, or the hairstory of an androgynous young feminist / Jennifer Reid Maxcy Myhre --
One resilient baby / Cheryl Green --
The immaculate conception / Amelia Richards --
Abortion, vacuum cleaners and the power within / Inga Muscio --
Lessons from a young feminist collective / Tiya Miles. Don't call me a survivor / Emilie Morgan --
Why I fight back / Whitney Walker --
Woman who clears the way / Lisa Tiger --
Beyond bean counting / JeeYeun Lee --
Two Jews, three opinions / Robin M. Neidorf --
Weaving an identity tapestry / Sonja D. Curry-Johnson --
Reality check --
Aisha Hakim-Dyce --
WAC-ing Operation Rescue / Melissa Silverstein --
Bloodlove / Christine Doza.
Responsibility: edited by Barbara Findlen.

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A collection of essays by young women who describe feminism as it relates to their personal lives and to society at large.

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