An Intimacy of Equals: Lesbian Feminist Ethics
Onlywomen, 1996 - Social Science - 157 pages
This work scrutinises the way lesbians can, should, and more importantly, do interact with mainstream culture. It is about what lesbians gain, if anything, from their connections both within and against the mainstream. Academics, writers, and activists people like Anna Livia, Celia Kitzinger, Julia Penelope, Liz Whitelaw, and Sheila Shulman contribute essays on feminism and the Bible, the misuses of psychology, the meaning of gossip, the world of business, femininity, the movies, disabilities, community and sexuality.
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