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女同性恋女性主义:反对全球父权制的论文-Lesbian Feminism: Essays Opposing the Global Heteropatriarchy

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标题(title):Lesbian Feminism: Essays Opposing the Global Heteropatriarchy
女同性恋女性主义:反对全球父权制的论文
作者(author):Niharika Banerjea; Kath Browne; Eduarda Ferreira; Marta Olasik; Julie Podmore
出版社(publisher):Zed Books
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Drawing on the incredible wealth of diversity of languages, cultures and movements in which lesbian feminisms have been articulated, this book confronts the historic devaluation of lesbian-feminist politics within Anglo-American discourse and ignites a transnational and transgenerational discussion regarding the relevance of lesbian feminisms in today’s world, a discussion that challenges the view of lesbian feminism as static and essentialist.

Through careful consideration of contemporary debates, these writers, theorists, academics and activists consider the wider place of lesbian feminisms within queer theory, post-colonial feminism, and the movement for LGBT rights. It considers how lesbian feminisms can contribute to discussions on intersectionality, engage with trans activism and the need for trans-inclusion, to ultimately show how lesbian feminisms can offer a transformative approach to today’s sexual and gender politics.
Table of contents :
Front Cover......Page 1
Half Title......Page 2
Title Page......Page 4
Copyright......Page 5
Contents......Page 6
Acknowledgements......Page 10
Opening remarks......Page 12
Narrating lesbian feminism: transnational stories......Page 14
Book outline......Page 31
Conclusion......Page 37
Notes......Page 38
One: Sisterhood, separatism and sex wars......Page 40
A lesbian presence emerges......Page 42
Radicalesbians......Page 45
Australian lesbian sex wars......Page 47
The lesbian presence in Sydney’s Mardi Gras......Page 51
Conclusion......Page 54
Notes......Page 55
Two: Is there a new language in hesitation?......Page 56
Uneasy beginnings......Page 57
Attempts to converse: creating spaces......Page 58
Building friendships and communities......Page 61
New marches, new colours, towards more conversations......Page 64
Notes......Page 69
Three: Demythologising heterosexuality and sexual difference......Page 71
The diversity of matrimonial and sexual practices between ‘women’ and the meanings that are attributed to them......Page 73
Lesbianism as social movement and political theory......Page 77
Contemporary challenges......Page 85
Notes......Page 88
Introduction......Page 92
UK trans-exclusionary radical feminism......Page 94
Terf positions within the academy: Jeffreys, Daly and beyond......Page 96
Reflecting through Irish lesbian feminism......Page 108
Conclusion: states and stakes......Page 111
Acknowledgments......Page 113
Our journey: introduction......Page 114
Our tryst with feminism......Page 115
The sky is not the limit......Page 118
To queer or not to queer, that is not the question......Page 122
Notes......Page 124
Six: Speculations on lesbian feminism as erotic friendship......Page 126
I......Page 127
II......Page 133
III......Page 136
Notes......Page 139
Seven: Once upon a time I was a lesbian, now I am genderqueer and feline......Page 141
The hair, the hair (since 1995)......Page 142
Being feminist and queer......Page 144
Stone butch blues (neither stone nor butch but still having the blues) 2009......Page 147
What a drag! (2010)......Page 148
Loss......Page 149
LBT* meet Kolkata (March 2018)......Page 154
Live and learn......Page 157
Notes......Page 158
Introduction......Page 160
Dismissing LGBT lives as ridiculous: “Enabling transgender people is like the Emperor’s New Clothes!” is the new “Equal marriage? We may as well let people marry their dogs!”......Page 162
Interpreting growing LGBT numbers as contagion: “The Trans Lobby are turning our children trans!” is the new “The Gay Lobby are turning our children gay!”......Page 164
Belittling LGBT problems /dismissing discrimination: “All those trans suicide/violence/discrimination stats are exaggerated/flawed/made up” is the new “Do they REALLY need a parade and a ‘gay rights’ movement? They’re not oppressed, they’re just attention seeking”......Page 170
Equating LGBT inclusion with various forms of violation: “Those scary trans folk want access to our children / changing rooms / quivering cis bodies” is the new “Those scary homosexuals want access to our children / pets / irresistibly standard hetero bodies”......Page 173
Nine: The butch, the bitch and the superwoman......Page 180
I’m not a boy and don’t want to be called one......Page 181
A revolution shrouded in puritanical patriarchy......Page 182
Beyond heterosexism with the butch/femme dilemma......Page 185
The long arms of socialisation......Page 187
Blurred boundaries beyond left, right and centre......Page 189
Notes......Page 193
Ten: The place of lesbians in the women’s
movement......Page 195
The lesbian feminist generation......Page 198
Ruptures in the 1980s......Page 200
The 1990s: visibility and recognition......Page 204
Conclusion......Page 206
Notes......Page 210
Eleven: Navel gazing: of hating men, loving women and fighting back in our time......Page 213
Habitation: the lesbian, the feminist and the lesbian feminist......Page 218
The question of the margin: identity and privilege......Page 229
Back to the future of lesbian feminism......Page 234
Notes......Page 237
Twelve: Reflections on historic lesbian feminisms in France......Page 241
The radical lesbian perspective......Page 243
Heterosexual “biologism” and the place of lesbianism......Page 245
“One is not born a woman”......Page 248
“Compulsory heterosexuality” and the “lesbian continuum”......Page 254
Conclusion......Page 256
Notes......Page 257
Introduction......Page 261
The woman of transnational politics, mainstream development and national state policy......Page 262
The woman of dominant feminism......Page 270
Looking for lesbian feminism in this time of the nation......Page 275
Notes......Page 278
Fourteen: Activist past, theoretical future......Page 282
Notes......Page 294
Fifteen: From separation to dialogue/dangerous......Page 296
On the sites, objects, methods and limits of politics/knowledge......Page 300
Focus on love as a method of politics/knowledge......Page 308
Notes......Page 311
Sixteen: Lesbian feminism......Page 314
Walls......Page 315
An ordinary battle......Page 321
A wilfulness archive......Page 325
Conclusion: a lesbian feminist army......Page 331
Note......Page 335
Corrective rapes and the homophobic everyday......Page 336
Reframing lesbian life......Page 339
Zanele Muholi’s Faces and Phases 2006–14......Page 342
Survivability, mourning and belonging......Page 345
Notes......Page 348
About the editors and contributors......Page 350
Bibliography......Page 360
Index......Page 390

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