Listen Up: Voices from the Next Feminist Generation

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Barbara Findlen
Seal Press, 2001 - Social Science - 301 pages
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In this new, expanded edition of the acclaimed collection, writers and activists such as Rebecca Walker, Nomy Lamm, and Inga Muscio are joined by Lisa Miya-Jervis, publisher of Bitch; Alison Crews, editor of Girl-Mom; and Daisy Hernandez of Ms. Together, they cover a wide range of topics, from blending careers and feminist politics to the intersection of traditional culture and third-wave sensibilities.
  

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User Review  - Alaina - Goodreads

Wonderful and inclusive. Every young feminist should read. Read full review

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User Review  - Taylor - Goodreads

I read this book in high school and it totally changed my life. After reading Listen Up I felt empowered to read, write, and express my self and opinions. I recommend this to every one. A great gift for a young woman. Read full review

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Contents

Your Life As a Girl
3
Chicks Goin At It
11
Lusting for Freedom
19
Ruminations of a Feminist Fitness Instructor
25
Dont Call Me a Survivor
33
Bloodlove
40
Weaving an Identity Tapestry
51
Two Jews Three Opinions
59
Class Feminist
165
On the Rag
173
Imagine My Surprise
182
Knowledge Is Power
188
Taking It to the Streets
197
Bringing Feminism a la Casa
209
What Is Mine
212
Tight Jeans and Chania Chorris
223

Beyond Bean Counting
67
Youre Not the Type
74
One Bad Hair Day Too Many or The Hairstory of an Androgynous Young Feminist
84
Ghosts and Goddesses
89
The Body Politic
103
Abortion Vacuum Cleaners and the Power Within
112
Reality Check
118
Why I Fight Back
126
Its a Big Fat Revolution
133
And So I Chose
142
Woman Who Clears the Way
153
The Immaculate Conception
229
Better in the Bahamas? Not If Youre a Feminist
239
Selling Out
247
Some Things You Keep With You
253
Betrayal Feminism
258
Word Warrior
265
One Resilient Baby
272
This Place Called Home
281
IsolatedConnected
288
Contributors
294
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Findlen is the executive editor of Ms. magazine.

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