9781580051828

We Don't Need Another Wave

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  • ISBN13:

    9781580051828

  • ISBN10:

    1580051820

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-10-16
  • Publisher: Da Capo Press

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Summary

We Don't Need Another Wave is the next generation of feminists' response to the question of whether or not they self-define as third-wave feminists. Today's young feminists are wary of being labeled. They are media-savvy, hyper-aware of being categorized and marginalized, and are here to tell the world that feminists are feminists-diverse in age and experience-and that it's time to drop the labels in favor of proactive agendas and united goals

Table of Contents

womyn before 8(5)
Alix Olson
Foreword: Goodbye to Feminism's Generational Divide 13(6)
Lisa Jervis
Introduction 19(4)
Melody Berger
You're a Feminist. Deal. 23(5)
Jessica Valenti
For Lovers and Fighters 28(12)
Dean Spade
Rice Tight with Beans: Loving Caribbean Skin 40(11)
Lenelle Moise
Steam-Room Revelations 51(13)
Courtney E. Martin
Seventh-Grade Slut 64(10)
Elena Azzoni
Tales from the Bible Belt 74(5)
Shelby Knox
Sticking It to the Powers That Be 79(5)
Ariel Fox
Making Space for the Movement, DIY-Lady Style 84(13)
Jessica Hoffmann
The Silence That Surrounds: Queer Sexual Violence and Why We're Not Talking 97(9)
Elizabeth Latty
The Healing Vagina: How Revealing My Body Rescued Me 106(14)
L.A. Mitchell
Troubling the Performance of the Traditional Incest Narrative 120(16)
Alexia Vernon
"We Do"—On Our Terms 136(7)
Eli Effinger-Weintraub
For the Love of Feminism 143(8)
Dani S. Dela George
Why I Love Rock Camp 151(7)
Maria Cincotta
Reporting from Ground Zero: Dispatch from an Indie Press Vigilante 158(4)
Melody Berger
Postbinary Gender Chores 162(4)
Sarah Kennedy
A Time to Hole Up and a Time to Kick Ass: Reimagining Activism as a Million Different Ways to Fight 166(14)
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
From the Roots of Latina Feminism to the Future of the Reproductive Justice Movement 180(6)
Alexandra DelValle
Confessions of a Radical Feminist: Sex, Drugs, and the Department of Homeland Security 186(7)
Stephanie Seguin
The Chain Reaction of Unsilencing 193(6)
Cindy Crabb
The Earliest Trials of the Novice Postfeminist Pornographer 199(11)
Kristina Wong
The Eagle Has Talons: One Queer Soldier's Peek at Life in the Trenches 210(10)
Jennifer A. Stein
Move (The Politics of Protest and Paralysis) 220(6)
Joshua Russell
No Goddesses, No Slaves: The Sex Workers' Rights Movement Through a Pro-Choice Lens 226(13)
Mary Christmas
Por el Amor del Mundo 239(15)
Maria Cristina Rangel
On Rooms to Fight and Fuck and Crow 254(7)
Staceyann Chin
I Went to College and All I Got Was This Trailer-Trash T-Shirt 261(10)
kat marie yoas
spokenwordlife: a transcontinental catalog in multiple movements 271(12)
Kelly Zen-Yie Tsai
Model vs. Feminist: Seeing Beyond the Binaries 283(4)
Stephanie Abraham
Reclaiming the Media for a Progressive Feminist Future 287
Jennifer L. Pozner

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