Afghanistan’s “most famous woman” has voiced deep scepticism...– http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/joya-condemns-ridiculous-military-strategy-1899547.html
And how would you define its moral? It is a contemporary family tale; it is...– Swiss director Ursula Meier, from an interview about her feature-length film, Home
For me feminism is both a consciousness that women suffer discrimination at...– Ziba Mir-Hosseini http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2010/sikand090210.html
I’ll tell you what pisses me off more than almost anything: when people say, ‘As...– -Val McDermid http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2009/10/feminists-love-mutilated-women.html#ixzz0fOP74Suv
“Authors must be free to write and publishers to publish. But critics must...– Sexist violence sickens crime critic Leading novelist (Jessica Man) says graphic depictions of sadistic misogyny have become so extreme she refuses to review some new fiction http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/oct/25/jessica-mann-crime-novels-anti-women
I am happy to be alive here in Olympia which is still a thriving punk scene...– -Tobi Vail, History Lesson Pt 3/Punk Rock Changed My Life/ Tales of a 40 Year Old Punk Rocker Nuts fanzine #4, quoted here
February 4, 1919 Editorial by Anna Louise Strong
Union Record February 4, 1919 Editorial by Anna Louise Strong ON THURSDAY AT 10 A.M. There will be many cheering and there will be some who fear. Both of these emotions are useful, but not too much of either. We are undertaking the most tremendous move ever made by LABOR in this country, a move which will lead - NO ONE KNOWS WHERE! We do not need hysteria. We need the iron march of...
Anna Louise Strong
The Politics of Gender in the Writings of Anna Louise Strong By Rebecca B. Jackson “Out of the conflicts that raged around the Union Record, loneliness and confusion grew for me. As once I had clung to the hollow form of independence while eastern monopoly took control of my child welfare exhibits, so now I clung to the outworn form of comradeship, though the old comrades called each...
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