Defining feminism

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This paper defines feminism as the struggle against male supremacy and for a human status for women identifying with women. It sees lesbianism as an important aspect of this process, not in the sense that every feminist ought to be a lesbian, but in the sense that feminism recognise the radical implications of mutual recognition between women. The paper also discusses in detail two examples of self-identified feminist analyses that fail to acknowledge the centrality of male supremacy.
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Thompson, Denise
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1994
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