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Listen up: Voices from the next Feminist Generationby Barbara Findlen
Synopses & Reviews
In this new, expanded edition of the acclaimed collection, writers and activists such as Rebecca Walker, Nomy Lamm, and Inga Muscio are joined by Lisa Miya-Jervis, publisher of Bitch; Alison Crews, editor of Girl-Mom; and Daisy Hernandez of Ms. Together, they cover a wide range of topics, from blending careers and feminist politics to the intersection of traditional culture and third-wave sensibilities.
A collection of essays explore such topics as feminist politics, sex, racism, careers, identity, and abortion.
Table of Contents
Your life as a girl: Your life as a girl / Curtis Sittenfeld — Chicks goin' at it / Anastasia Higginbotham — Lusting for freedom / Rebecca Walker — Ruminations of a feminist fitness instructor / Alisa L. Valdes — Don't call me a survivor / Emilie Morgan — Bloodlove / Christine Doza — Weaving an identity tapestry: Weaving an identity tapestry / Sonja D. Curry-Johnson — Two Jews, three opinions / Robin M. Neidorf — Beyond bean counting / JeeYeun Lee — You're not my type / Laurel Gilbert — One bad hair day too many, or the hairstory of an androgynous young feminist / Jennifer Reid Maxcy Myhre — Ghosts and goddesses / Bhargavi C. Mandava — The body politic: The body politic / Abra Fortune Chernik — Abortion, vacuum cleaners and the power within / Inga Muscio — Reality check / Aisha Hakim-Dyce — Why I fight back / Whitney Walker — It's a big fat revolution / Nomy Lamm — And so I choose / Allison Crews — Woman who clears the way: Woman who clears the way / Lisa Tiger — Class feminist / Erica Gilbert-Levin — On the rag / Tiya Miles — Imagine my surprise / Ellen Neuborne — Knowledge is power / Maria Cristina Rangel — Taking it to the streets / Melissa Silverstein — Bringing feminism a la casa: Bringing feminism a la casa / Daisy Hernandez — What is mine / Sharon Lennon — Tight jeans and Chania Chorris — The immaculate conception / Amy Richards — Better in the Bahamas? Not if you're feminist / Lisa Bowleg — Selling out / Sarah McCarry — Some things you keep with you: Some things you keep with you / Ellen Friedrichs — Betrayal feminism / Veronica Chambers — Word warrior / Jennifer DiMarco — One resilient baby / Cheryl Green — This place called home / Taigi Smith — Isolated-connected / Ariel Gore.
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