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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 seemed like the devil’s own advocate.  There to test him was a fearsome panel of feminist representatives, among them journalist and lesbian spokeswoman Jill Johnston; legendary literary critic Diana Trilling; president of The National Organization of Women (NOW), Jacqueline Ceballos; and possibly his toughest match, the glamorous and razor-tongued author of The Female Eunuch, Germaine Greer.

Lierre Keith Speaks on Patriarchy and Gender at the Radfem Reboot 2012 Conference

Liberal vs Radical Part One   Part Two    Part Three   – Lierre Keith, Deep Green Resistance

From the Personal Is Political to the Personal is Personal: Neo-Liberalism and the Defanging of Feminism – Professor Gail Dines

Trafficking, Prostitution and Inequality: A Public Lecture by Catharine MacKinnon

 Andrea Dworkin’s Testimony to the Attorney General On Pornography (Part 1 of 5)

 The End of Gender: Revolution, Not Reform – Rachel Ivey, Deep Green Resistance

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