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Trish Lynch

You asked in another journal what Andrea Dworkin's position on transexuals (transmen/women) was. Essentially, being an icon of feminism, when Janice Raymond wrote "The Transsexual Menace", Dworkin was one of the loudest in praise for it. She always seems very careful to skirt around the issue later in life...

GraceD

Ah! Andrea Dworkin! I'm hearing first from you, Badger. Somehow that's appropriate and easier to take than the MSM.

minnie

i saw it in sf a few years ago. fun!

Prentiss Riddle

Well... I've read little or no Dworkin but I did follow the censorship law that she and Catharine MacKinnon foisted off on the people of Indianapolis, and that alone makes it hard for me to see her as any kind of a hero, even through Susie Bright's sweet nostalgic lens.

It's hard for me not to see this as the kind of fondness old lefties (including myself here!) have been known to harbor for various Stalinist or Maoist figures who we found appealing only so long as we didn't actually have to live under their regimes.

badgerbag

Prentiss, you have to actually read her to see the goodness! I don't agree with Bright 100% either but I will make those comments on her journal probably later tonight (about being sweetly fond of the person who did something good but then failed the movement, or "went crazy". )

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