Main : feminism, non-fiction, philosophy, sexuality
210 x 138 mm
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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‘A brave, bold, passionately forthright book which invites us as feminists to re-affirm our lesbian priorities in a deeply ethical and political sense.’Mia Campioni
Table of Contents
Pared down to cold hard facts, surrogacy is the commissioning/buying/ renting of a woman into whose womb an embryo...
This book examines one of the most contested issues facing feminists, human rights activists and governments around the...
I am the statistic that I read about. I am the thing I always feared most. I am rape.
That morning, Michelle had...
In a dawn raid, Kate is arrested. She is imprisoned, beaten, kept awake and tortured. She has no idea what has happened...