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Queer Girls and Intergenerational Lesbian Sexuality in the 1970s

Amanda H. Littauer

age-differentiated sexual relationships between girls and women in lesbian history, specifically in the United States and Canada during the years leading up to and encompassing lesbian feminism. In the 1970s, lesbian feminism emerged in North America

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“Your Young Lesbian Sisters”

Queer Girls’ Voices in the Liberation Era

Amanda H. Littauer

author and the reader, the letter implicitly appeals for solidarity not only on the basis of gender and sexuality but also race and class. “Ageism: How We View it as Young Lesbians” Even deeper in the thick of lesbian feminism were two lesbian

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Ling Tang, Jun Zubillaga-Pow, Hans Rollmann, Amber Jamilla Musser, Shannon Scott, and Kristen Sollée

, which is exemplified by the “power bottom” in gay male sexual culture. Ziv explains that when women identify with gay male sexuality, it “gives scope to aggressive, penetrative, or sadistic desires in women, desires that lesbian feminism denounced as

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Introduction to “Sex across the Ages: Restoring Intergenerational Dynamics to Queer History”

Nicholas L. Syrett

during the 1970s and 1980s era of lesbian feminism. Sometimes queer girls sought out older lesbians because they could not find any other same-sex desiring girls their own age, but others looked to particular women simply because they were desirable in

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Handover Bodies in a Feminist Frame

Two Hong Kong Women Filmmakers’ Perspectives on Sex after 1997

Gina Marchetti

women’s sexuality in the interface between lesbian feminism and internet porn (e.g., I.K.U ., 2000). Positioned culturally as well as politically between Taiwan and mainland China, Hong Kong is located at the edge of a sexual border zone, and thus puts

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Freedom, Autonomy, and (Inter)dependency

Feminist Dialogues and Republican Debates on Democracy

Ailynn Torres Santana

organisation. Within that framework, intellectuals and feminist militants reflected on notions of work, the relationship between capitalism and patriarchy, production and reproduction, public and private. Black and lesbian feminisms added further complexity to

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Memories, Readings and Diversities

For Sheila Shulman

Victor Jeleniewski Seidler

they continued to have to damage, undermine and wreck individual lives. When Shulman says, at the conclusion of her interview with Surat Knan of Rainbow Jews , of her lesbian feminism that ‘I would like us to be present in the present and in our