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This book is about Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon
"Lesbian/Woman," published in 1983 by pioneering activists Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, delves into the intimate and often misunderstood world of lesbian life amidst a predominantly heterosexual society. Through a rich tapestry of case histories and personal narratives, this seminal work illuminates the attitudes, lifestyles, and challenges faced by lesbians, providing a crucial lens on gender equality. The book not only explores the personal and social struggles these women endure but also celebrates their resilience and community. Ideal for adult education settings, "Lesbian/Woman" encourages readers to reflect on the broader societal constructs of gender and sexuality, prompting a deeper understanding and appreciation of the complexities within the fight for equality. This thoughtful exploration serves as a compelling call to action for advocates and allies alike to reexamine and push forward the ongoing dialogue around gender rights and recognition.
Published by Bantam Books on January 1, 1983
368 pages
ISBN: 9780553235975
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