Some articles on radical feminists, feminist, radical:
... Within the New Left, radical feminists were accused of being "bourgeois", "antileft", or even "apolitical", whereas they saw themselves as further "radicalizing the left ... Radical feminists have tended to be white and middle class ... least in part, because "most black and working-class women could not accept the abstraction of feminist issues from race and class issues" the resulting narrow demographic base, in turn ...
... accuracy is disputed Some strains of radical feminism have been compared to Marxism in that they describe a "great struggle of history" between two opposed forces ... to the present day, the proletariat and bourgeoisie), radical feminism describes a historical struggle between "women" and "men" ... Radical feminism has had a close, if sometimes hostile, relationship with Marxism since its origins ...
Famous quotes containing the words feminists and/or radical:
“The failure of academic feminists to recognize difference as a crucial strength is a failure to reach beyond the first patriarchal lesson. In our world, divide and conquer must become define and empower.”
—Audre Lorde (19341992)
“When we dream about those who are long since forgotten or dead, it is a sign that we have undergone a radical transformation and that the ground on which we live has been completely dug up: then the dead rise up, and our antiquity becomes modernity.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)