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We must remember the past, define the future, and challenge the present--wherever and however we can. It will take the rest of our ...
Logic and hope fade somewhat by thirty-six, when endings seem more like clear warnings than useful experience.
I'm tired of earning my own living, paying my own bills, raising my own child. I'm tired of the sound of my own voice crying out i ...
Women who assume authority are unnatural. Unnatural women are lesbians. Therefore all the leaders of the women's movement were pre ...
The more important the title, the more self-important the person, the greater the amount of time spent on the Eastern shuttle, the ...
I used to join the murmurings about "Where are the qualified women?" As we murmured, we would all gaze about the room, up toward t ...
It is the fate of heroines to be laughed at.
According to the dictionary: "In modern apprehension man as thus used" [in the sense of "person"] "primarily denotes the male sex, ...
... parables are unnecessary for recognizing the blatant absurdity of everyday life. Reality is lesson enough.
It was heady stuff, recognizing ourselves as an oppressed class, but the level of discussion was poor. We explained systemic discr ...
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