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Greenham Common


“The had a link during the 1980s with the anti-nuclear movement, there was input from women involved with the protests at , ‘Oh you generals in the military, what’re your atom bombs for?’ with a brass backing, that was all fun. I was down at Greenham, there were plenty of lesbians there, we were routinely accused of all being lesbians, and being there because we were lesbians….it was meant to put people against us, and that came out in songs where we ‘took the p***’ out of the ideas that we were all lesbians and it didn’t matter anyway and who the hell cares.”

Contributed by: Belinda, 60

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