Tag Archives: Lesbians

Lesbians On Chairs, or: Do the ends justify the means?

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The Politics of Piss and Power

To pay my bills, I work a job in spatial closeness to extremely powerful men. The kind of powerful men that rub shoulders with state leaders and oligarchs, that buy themselves laws and the Eastern European expansion of the EU. … Continue reading

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Motherhood

1. Introduction Quick note: This is written mainly for Lesbians, from a Lesbian Radical Feminist viewpoint. This piece should also be read after the two last posts: https://icemountainfire.wordpress.com/2013/12/18/lesbians-and-children/ https://icemountainfire.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/hetero-sex-rape-and-lesbian-choice/ These posts clarify my personal experience with the question of motherhood … Continue reading

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Hetero Sex, Rape and Lesbian Choice

First of all, I have not forgotten that I owe you a post on motherhood as a follow-up to the ‘Lesbians and Children’ post. This piece here started out as a part of it, but then developed a life on … Continue reading

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Lesbians and Children

Children to me personally are a non-issue. I never wanted them, and since I have a distinctly younger sibling who was a baby and a toddler in my teenage years, I know very well what it really means to have … Continue reading

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Radical Feminism, Right-Wing Ideology, and Liberal Feminism

When I talk to “sex positives”, leftists or liberals, I often get told my Radical Feminist opinions about sexuality to them sound like conservativism of the worst kind. This certainly has nothing to do with me as a person, because … Continue reading

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Code Switching

When I talk like we did back home, I am “blunt”. White trash. When I talk like it’s proper for women in academia, I’m “thoughtful”. Meek social climber. When I talk like it’s proper for men in academia, I’m “competitive”. … Continue reading

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“Lesbian” Movie

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