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Anarchism and feminism have always been closely linked. Many outstanding feminists have also been anarchists, including the pioneering Mary Wollstonecraft (author of ...
Anarcha-feminism and anarcho-machismo in Spain (2013) ... Anarcha was a slave who was experimented on by a gynecologist numerous times without anesthesia.
Anarcha-Feminism: Why the Hyphen? For many women, our first specifically feminist politicization came through demanding the right to abortion, that is, the right to ...
For those who know that capital, the patriarchy and the state are intertwined and that one cannot be overthrown without also overthrowing the others.
Anarchist feminism. It seems there's a slight distinction between anarcha-feminism, which stresses anarchism, and anarchist feminism, which usually (but not always ...
Anarcha-feminism (also called anarchist feminism and anarcho-feminism) combines anarchism with feminism. It generally views patriarchy as a manifestation of ...
Information on anarcha (anarchistic) feminism. On the Feminist Theory Website.
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