FeminismThere are quite a lot of definitions of feminism. Wikipedia quotes Amazon feminism, cultural feminism ecofeminism, libertarian feminism or individualist feminism, material feminism, gender feminism, French feminism, pop feminism, liberal feminism, radical feminism, sexually liberal feminism/sex-positive feminism, spiritual feminism, separatist feminism, third-world feminism, transfeminism, proto-feminist and post-feminist. Does this make sense? How can we define the important directions? And do we actually need feminism? Or not rather a more general approach?
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Just wanted to announce I (Elizabeth) have a new issue of my zine 398 out. It's issue #6 and has three short fairy tale like stories and also an interview with the author Tamora Pierce I did through e-mail. It's 1/2 size, 28 pages, and one dollar ppd. can/us, or I also like zine trades. You can e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested, or look at my web page of zines here: http://www.geocities.com/zine_398 Thanks!
If anyone knows any interesting feminist books, could you list them here? Preferably anarcha-feminist, radical feminist, gender bender or DIY/punk/underground/riot grrrl feminist. I'm especially looking for feminist strategies, action-inspiring books, etc. Thanks!
Hi, I am new to Wiki stuff but I'm into feminism. Is this supposed to be a discussion site? It's just very quiet now? Or is there more going on that I'm not seeing? Tara
Hi Tara, yes this is a place to discuss feminism, gender, society. But it's also a place to just collect information, write articles together, announce zines or even organize local activities... to find out what's going on here (not so much yet but it's still the beginning) the RecentPages page could help you :) Tim