By Jeffner Allen
The lesbians who've contributed to this e-book are theorists and activists who write as individuals of numerous lesbian cultures. every one lesbian has her methods of realizing, her voices, techniques, methodologies, languages. every one lesbian displays, without delay and in some way, her family members to her personal and to different ethnicities, races, social sessions, actual talents, a while, and nationalities. every one lesbian has specified views on lesbian lifestyles, friendships and sexualities, separatism and coalition construction, theories of information and ethics, language and writing. Lesbian Philosophies and Cultures is a hybrid web site for dialogue of, paintings on, and enjoyment during this occasionally uneasy, occasionally painful, occasionally incredible and lovely, lesbian pluralism.
For this assortment, the various members have selected to jot down in essay variety, and a few have selected to jot down in fiction, autobiography, poetic prose and experimental kinds. The individuals, all of whom stay at present within the u.s.a. or quebec, are: Joyce Trebilcot, Vivienne Louise, Kitty Tsui, Ann Ferguson, Julia Penelope, Marthe Rosenfeld, Claudia Card, Anna Lee, Maria Lugones, Edwina Franchild, Caryatis Cardea, Baba Copper, Bette S. Tallen, Michele Causse, Sarah Lucia Hoagland, Nett Hart, Marilyn Frye, Kim corridor, Jacquelyn N. Zita, Monique Wittig, Nicole Brossard, Gloria E. Anzaldua, Jeffner Allen.
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