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Female Erasure – What You Need To Know About Gender Politics’ War On Woman, the Female Sex, and Human Rights
48 Women’s Voices Explore Sexism Disguised as Progressive Politics
Female Erasure exposes the current trend of gender identity politics as a continuation of female erasure and silencing as old as patriarchy itself.
A timely perspective! Gender identity politics and profits from an emerging medical transgenderism industry for children, teens, and adults are inhibiting our ability to have meaningful discussions about sex, gender, changing laws that have provided sex-based protections for women and girls, and the re-framing of language referring to females as a distinct biological class.
This anthology opens with Chapter One of The Great Cosmic Mother by Monica Sjoo 1938 – 2005, Swedish radical anarcho/eco-feminist and Goddess artist, and Barbara Mor, American poet and Feminist writer. Other contributors include:
Lane Anderson, Joan F. Archive, Temple Ardinger, Monica Asencio, Ruth Barrett, Miriam Ben-Shalom, Jennifer Bilek, Cathy Brennan, Mary Ceallaigh, Dominique Christina, Double XX Howl, Crash, Kathy Crocco, Alix Dobkin, Carol Downer, GallusMag, Elsa Gidlow, Ila Suzanne Gray, Hypotaxis, Elizabeth Hungerford, Rachel Ivey, Sheila Jeffreys, Nedra Johnson, Lierre Keith, Nuriddeen Knight, Mara Lake, Kathleen Levinstein, Julia Long, Sara St. Martin Lynne, Vajra Ma, Kathy Mandigo, Patricia McFadden, Jackie Mearns, Patricia Monaghan, Barbara Mor, Ava Park, Phonaesthetica, Falcon River, Max Robinson, Kathy Scarbrough, Mary Lou Singleton, Monica Sjöö, Maya Dillard Smith, Sally Tatnall, Yeye Luisah Teish, Sharon Thrace, Marie Verite, and Devorah Zahav
The contributors to this anthology know that their views are controversial, and that many people will oppose their work. But they refuse to be silenced by critics, striving instead toward deep, meaningful discussions with readers about the biases of modern society and the future of women’s rights.
Foreword by Germaine Greer. Edited by Ruth Barrett. Cover Image by Claudia Kunin. ISBN 978-0997146707.
Ruth Barrett is a goddess-centered folk musician, mountain dulcimer artist and singer. whose numerous recordings beginning in 1981 have been among the pioneering works in the Goddess Spirituality Movement. Ruth has provided rituals and classes in sacred female-sovereign spaces for women and girls for four decades.
“In my introduction to the anthology, I suggest that origins of female erasure in Western culture was propagated by the framing myth of Adam and Eve, and continues to affect a majority of people on our planet, regardless of whether an individual practices a religion based on this mythology.” Ruth Barrett, Editor
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Female Erasure 12/29/2017
Excellent and so enlightening!! Highly recommended!!!