Town Bloody Hall, 1971 On the evening of April 30, 1971, a standing room only audience of local literati and feminists packed New York City’s Town Hall to watch Norman Mailer, who had just written “The Prisoner of Sex,” grapple with a panel of passionate feminists. The subject was Women’s Liberation, an issue on which Mailer […]Read more "Videos"
Gender is a class condition created by a brutal arrangement of power. Gender is a hierarchical system which maintains the subordination of females as a class to males as a class through force. Gender is the chain and patriarchy is the ball cuffed to the ankle of every female child born into this world, a […]Read more "Gender is a class condition"
Gender is not some cosmic yin/yang; it’s a fist, and the flesh that bruises. It is the mouth crushed shut, and the little girl who will never be the same. Gender is not a binary. It is a hierarchy. It is global in its reach, it is sadistic in its practice, and it is […]Read more "Gender is not some cosmic yin/yang"
Radical feminists do not believe that a liberal “equality” analysis is adequate because it does not expressly center or activate towards women’s liberation from men, and for women’s right to be free from misogynistic institutional and interpersonal abuse. We believe that activating for women’s freedom from men is a full-time job and that it deserves […]Read more "Radical feminists do not believe that a liberal “equality” analysis is adequate"