Lesbianism as political practice

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This paper is an attempt to set down a theoretical account of an argument that was prevalent during the early years of the Women’s Liberation Movement of ‘second wave’ feminism, but which was rarely verbalised, much less theorised publicly. The argument was that lesbian/feminism, as the refusal to be implicated in the male supremacist categorisation of ‘women’, was the most revolutionary practice of feminist consciousness.
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Thompson, Denise
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1980
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