Admission accomplished: the Lesbian nation years, 1970-75

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Serpents Tail, Apr 1, 1998 - Social Science - 350 pages
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In the 1970s, Jill Johnston became one of the most vital and original thinkers of her time, helping to change the way Americans think about gender and sexuality. This collection of Johnston's writings tackles current social issues including coming-out, gay marriage and monogamy, polarity in gay and lesbian relationships, straight feminists and lesbians, the men's movement, and more.

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Admission Accomplished : The Lesbian Nation Years, 1970-75 (High Risk Books)

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This collection of Johnston writings reminds us how far American society has come with respect to gender and sexuality and how far it has to go. The 56 essays in this book reintroduce us to an ... Read full review


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