Bernardette J. Brooten – Love Between Women. Early Christian Responses to Female Homoeroticism : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

E arly Christianity emerged in a world in which people from various walks of life acknowledged that women could have sexual contact with women. Close textual analysis of several early Christian writers demonstrates that they knew more about sexual relations between women than previous scholars have assumed, which accords with…

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The ‘Capitalized Womb’: A Review of Ned and Constance Sublette’s The American Slave Coast | AAIHS

The Sublettes have managed to coin the brutal economic system that kept the institution of slavery alive as the “capitalized womb” (p. 24). They argue that the “capitalized womb” illustrates how enslaved women’s bodies served as the engine of the slave breeding industry and powered a global economy for cotton…

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Right Wing Women The Politics of Domesticated Females – Andrea Dworkin

Right Wing Women - Andrea Dworkin

Andrea Dworkin, an oft misinterpreted and sometimes rightly interpreted but misunderstood feminist author, goes in on right wing women. In the 2020’s it is prudent for all feminists of all stripes to give her a re-read even though maternal feminists, especially those of richer complexions, may have fundamental disagreements with…

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Recovering the African Feminine Divine in Literature, the Arts, and Practice … – Google Books

Recovering the African Feminine Divine in Literature, the Arts, and Performing Arts: Yemonja Awakening provides context to the myriad ways in which the African feminine divine is being reclaimed by scholars, practitioners and cultural scholars worldwide. This volume addresses the complex ways in which the reclamation of and recognition of…

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