Columbia University Press, 1995 - 310 pages
In this compellingly honest collection of her writings, renowned feminist philosopher Claudia Card courageously explores the complex ethical and political questions lesbians face, considering these issues in regard to their identities and relationships both within and outside of lesbian communities. Lesbian Choices is written with a grace and clarity that readers inside and outside academia will appreciate. Claudia Card's lucid presentation of complicated philosophical and ethical concepts offers a better understanding of the explosive issue of gender construction in our society. Lesbian Choices is recommended reading for anyone interested in lesbianism, feminism, ethics, and philosophy.
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