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Recently characterized in the media by an older generation of feminists as an often puritanical, narrow-minded generation, this collection shows that young women are in fact streetsmart, engaged and in-ya-face. Here a diverse group of lipstick lesbians, femocrats, musicians, writers, artists and comedians interpret feminism broadly and confidently, with direct reference to their own experiences. Taking feminist social and political outlooks in their stride, these 90s survival strategies use everything from a wicked sense of humour to a detailed knowledge of the legal system.
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Kathy Bail is a Sydeny based journalist and has worked as deputy editor of Cinema Papers and as a senior writer at The Independent. She is now the editor of Rolling Stone magazine.
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Book Description Allen and Unwin Pty Ltd, St Leonards, NSW, Australia, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Good. Paperback in good condition. Designed by Jenny Grigg. Minor shelfwear and a few light marks on the cover. Page 13 is creased near the upper leading corner. All text and images are clear. CM. Used. Seller Inventory # 466816
Book Description Allen and Unwin, 1996. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: Used; Good. Seller Inventory # 2448482
Book Description Sydney; Allen & Unwin; 1996, 1996. paperback in good condition, pages well tanned, gift inscription on flyleaf; 211 pages, b/w illusts. Seller Inventory # 83062
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