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Feminism Is for Everybody: Passionate Politics Chapter Summary & Analysis - Total Bliss - Lesbianism and Feminism, To Love Again - The Heart of Feminism, Feminist Spirituality Summary

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Total Bliss - Lesbianism and Feminism, To Love Again - The Heart of Feminism, Feminist Spirituality Summary and Analysis

"Total Bliss - Lesbianism and Feminism": It's difficult to say which came first—sexual liberation or the feminist movement. For many activist lesbians, joining the feminist movement was a natural progression. The special wisdom that lesbians brought to the movement was the reality that women did not need a man for happiness or success or even sexual bliss. The movement soon distinguished between a "woman-identified woman" or a "man-identified woman." The "man-identified woman" would readily give up her activism if it threatened a relationship with a man. The "woman-identified woman" activist supported the feminism platform regardless of her personal relationship. The "woman-identified woman" is not synonymous with "lesbian."

Visionary lesbians had a positive impact...

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