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Politicising through the Women’s Liberation Moveme


Barbara said that “During the early and mid seventies, 74 onwards, it was a very big political movement with lots of different strands and factions, there was a lot of infighting and stuff, not least between lesbians and straight women within the movement, there was a real issue with those who were identifying themselves as lesbians who were very often the ones who were in the forefront, not exclusively so, but they embraced the women’s movement in a way that meant that they were at the front of organising actions, and groups and goodness knows what else.”

Contributed by: Barbara Carter, 53, Bridget Malin, 62

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