Refusing to hate women : essays on feminism and love Public Deposited

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  • This work is an inquiry into misogyny and patriarchy in order to move towards women's liberation. The role of misogyny is questioned through a collection of personal essays that illustrate the interconnectedness of women's experiences and feminist theory. The author's experiences with gender construction, cultural ideas of beauty, and sexuality are discussed, as well as theoretical concepts such as internalized oppression, horizontal hostility, and radical feminism, It is shown that misogyny is intimately connected to women's lives and their experienced oppression. In order for women's liberation to be realized, it is necessary for women to resist hating themselves and other women. Finally, women must embrace loving women qua women so patriarchy may someday cease to exist.
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