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Phoenix Rises  by Susan G. Cole
Phoenix Rises

Phoenix Rises

What Radical Feminist Andrea Dworkin Can Teach Us Today

In the U.S. and in Canada, the 1980s pornography debate created a huge chasm in the women’s movement.

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Viva la Vulva  by Erica Lenti
Viva la Vulva

Viva la Vulva

The mirror has long been touted as a feminist symbol of liberation. For some women, it is a means of understanding identity, a path to empowerment, a vehicle for harnessing sexual awareness.

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Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away  by Lisa Tremblay
Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away

Porn Again: The Issue that Won't Go Away

In light of a new documentary celebrating Hugh Hefner as the grandfather of the sexual revolution, feminists might be wondering how mainstream heterosexual pornography has evolved since Playboy was launched in 1953.

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