Lesbian feminism
Lesbian feminism is a cultural movement and critical perspective, most influential in the 1970s and early 1980s (primarily in North America and Western Europe), that questions the position of lesbians...
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'It's My Party' Singer-Songwriter Lesley Gore Dies at 68
Louis Lanzano / AP fileLesley Gore performs at the ASCAP musical tribute which honored Quincy Jones in 2008.NEW YORK — Singer-songwriter Lesley Gore, who top...
Separatist feminism
Separatist feminism is a form of radical feminism that holds that opposition to patriarchy is best done through focusing exclusively on women and girls. Some separatist feminists do not believe that ...
Political lesbianism
Political lesbianism is a phenomenon within feminism, primarily second-wave feminism and radical feminism; it includes, but is not limited to, lesbian separatism. Political lesbianism embraces the the...
'It's My Party' Singer-Songwriter Lesley Gore Dies at 68
Louis Lanzano / AP fileLesley Gore performs at the ASCAP musical tribute which honored Quincy Jones in 2008.NEW YORK — Singer-songwriter Lesley Gore, who top...
Angela Davis
Angela Yvonne Davis (born January 26, 1944) is an American political activist, scholar, and author. She emerged as a prominent counterculture activist and radical in the 1960s as a leader of the Commu...
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir
Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir ([jou̯ːhana ˈsɪːɣʏrðartou̯htɪr]; born 4 October 1942) is a former politician and the former Prime Minister of Iceland. She became active in the trade union movement, serving as ...
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Sky Lee
Sky Lee (born September 15, 1952 in Port Alberni, British Columbia) is a Canadian artist and novelist. Lee has published both feminist fiction and non-fiction and identifies as lesbian.
Moving to ...
Kimberly Dark
Kimberly Dark (August 12, 1968) is an American performance artist, writer, and sociologist.
Dark was born in San Diego, California, she received a B.A. from University of Colorado, Colorado Spring...
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Sister Spit
Sister Spit is a lesbian-feminist spoken-word and performance art collective based in San Francisco, signed to Mr. Lady Records. They formed in 1994 and disbanded in 2006. Founding members included ...
Karla Jay
Karla Jay (born February 22, 1947) is a professor of English and the director of the Women's and Gender Studies program at Pace University. A pioneer in the field of lesbian and gay studies, she is wi...
Cris Williamson
Cris Williamson is an American feminist singer-songwriter, who achieved fame as a recording artist, and who was a pioneer as a visible lesbian political activist, during a time when few who were not c...
Sarah Hoagland
Sarah Lucia Hoagland is Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. She authored Lesbian Ethics. She was also co-editor of For Lesbians Only, an antholo...
Alix Dobkin
Alix Dobkin (born August 16, 1940) is an American folk singer-songwriter.
Alix Dobkin was born in New York City into a Jewish Communist family, and raised in Philadelphia and Kansas City. She gra...
Michèle Pujol
Michèle Pujol ([miʃɛl]), born in Madaoua, Niger (20 April 1951 – 2 August 1997), was a French intellectual, feminist, economist, scholar and human rights activist who lived in British Columbia, Canada...
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Wynne Greenwood
Wynne Greenwood is a queer feminist performance artist who works in various media such as installation art, photography, filmmaking and music.Wynne currently works out of Seattle, Washington. She atte...
Ti-Grace Atkinson
Ti-Grace Atkinson (born November 9, 1938 as Grace Atkinson) is an American feminist author.Atkinson was born into a prominent Louisiana family. The "Ti" in her name reflects the Cajun or French langua...
Mary E. Hunt
Mary E. Hunt, Ph.D., is a lesbian feminist theologian who is co-founder and co-director of the Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER) in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. A Catholic acti...
Bi-National Lesbian Conference
The first annual Bi-National Lesbian Conference happened in Toronto in May 1979.
The conference was organized by members of the Lesbian Organization of Toronto (LOOT) in cooperation with members o...
Christine Delphy
Christine Delphy (born 1941) is a French sociologist, feminist, writer and theorist. She was a co-founder of the review Nouvelles questions féministes (New Feminist Issues) with Simone de Beauvoir in...
Adrienne Rich
Adrienne Cecile Rich (May 16, 1929 – March 27, 2012) was an American poet, essayist and feminist. She was called "one of the most widely read and influential poets of the second half of the 20th centu...
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Carter Heyward
Isabel Carter Heyward (born 1945 in North Carolina) is a lesbian feminist theologian, teacher and priest in the Episcopal Church - the province of the worldwide Anglican Communion in the United States...
Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz
Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz is an essayist, poet, activist and academic, born in 1945 in Brooklyn, New York.
Her grandparents emigrated to the United States from Eastern Europe, Poland and Russia.Kaye...
Dorothy Allison
Dorothy Allison (born April 11, 1949) is an American writer, speaker, and member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers. Her writing includes themes of class struggle, sexual abuse, child abuse, femi...
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Renee Taylor (writer)
Renee Gertrude Taylor, ONZM (born 1929), is a feminist writer and playwright from New Zealand. Her ancestry is Scots and Māori from the tribe of Ngāti Kahungunu. Also known as Renee, the writer descri...