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Reading Between the Lines : a Lesbian Feminist Critique of Feminist Accounts of Sexuality.

Author: Denise Thompson
Publisher: Chicago : Spinifex Press, 1991.
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A critical analysis of feminist writings on sexuality from a radical feminist and lesbian feminist standpoint. Critical of libertarianism, Denise Thompson provides a detailed analysis of the mechanisms of domination and the ways in which feminist theory is marginalised. A must-read for any serious feminist thinker.
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Thompson, Denise
Reading Between the Lines : A Lesbian Feminist Critique of Feminist Accounts of Sexuality
Chicago : Spinifex Press, c1991
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Denise Thompson
ISBN: 9781742194578 1742194575
OCLC Number: 782877206
Description: 1 online resource (428 p.)
Contents: Acknowledgements; 1 introduction; 2 phallocentricity and the case for political lesbianism; part I early writings; 3 missing the point: betty friedan, ann oakley, and germaine greer; Betty Friedan--Joining the Mainstream; Ann Oakley--Sex Differences and 'Biology'; Germaine Greer; 4 early radical feminism I: heterosexuality, celibacy, lesbianism, and the female orgasm.; Celibacy; Political Lesbianism; The Female Orgasm Unchained; 5 early radical feminism II: kate millett and shulamith firestone; Kate Millett; Shulamith Firestone (and Freud and Reich). Part II the question of socialist feminism6 socialist feminism I: class, and 'autonomy' or separatism?; Class; 'Autonomy' or Separatism?; 7 in defense of 'cultural' feminism1; 8 socialist feminism II: 'science' and materialism; 9 socialist feminism and sexuality I: two early accounts; 10 socialist feminism and sexuality II: 'essentialism' the 'sex/gender' distinction, and sexual 'difference'.1; 11 'moralism' and sexual pluralism; 12 pornography; 13 pleasure and danger; 14 a barney at barnard; afterword; notes; references; index.

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A critical analysis of feminist writings on sexuality from a radical feminist and lesbian feminist standpoint. Critical of libertarianism, Denise Thompson provides a detailed analysis of the mechanisms of domination and the ways in which feminist theory is marginalised. A must-read for any serious feminist thinker.

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