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Memories tagged with "revolutionary feminist"

Gender tensions at the Lesbian and Gay Centre

An article in the January 1985 issue of the Birmingham Lesbian and Gay Community Centre Newsletter which suggested that more male members were needed to get involved in the Lesbian and Gay Community Centre Aston, resulted in the following letter from...

Setting up the Birmingham Revolutionary Radical

After the Revolutionary Feminist Conference in Leeds, Trisha and Stacey and a couple of others set up a revolutionary feminist group which lasted around five years. ďAlmost everyone in it was a lesbian, there was one woman I remember who wasnít and o...

Thatcherism negated need for extremism in feminism

ďSince the 1980s the whole political landscape has shifted so massively, itís broadened out a lot, the changes are quite positive, itís a kind of post-modernism thing. We (revolutionary feminists) were on the extremes, and I thought the extreme plays...

The Love your enemy debate continues - 1981

BL Shelf mark YK.1994.a.2929Ed. Onlywomen Press, Love your enemy? The debate between heterosexual feminism and political lesbianism , pub. Onlywomen Press Ltd., 38 Mount Pleasant, London WC1X 0AP Leeds Revolutionary Feminist Group (WIRES 81)Pape...

The National Lesbian Conference London 1981

The first national lesbian conference was in London, in 1981 and I donít recall there being a second one. The women I went with were a real cross over between the revolutionary feminist group and the Women and Manual Trades group, some werenít part o...