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A New Direction

I am beginning a new, paper publication to be entitled The Farm at Huge Creek which will be a continuation of all of the writing for publication which I have been engaged in now since the late 1980s, when I began a tiny ‘zine on a Selectric typewriter in my kitchen which eventually became a … Continue reading


"Right-wing women have surveyed the world: they find it a dangerous place. They see that work subjects them to more danger from more men; it increases the risk of sexual exploitation. They see that creativity and originality in their kind are ridiculed; they see women thrown out of the circle of male civilization for having ideas, plans, visions, ambitions. They see that traditional marriage means selling to one man, not hundreds; the better deal. They see that the streets are cold and that the women on them are tired sick and bruised. They see no way to make their bodies authentically their own and to survive in the world of men... Right wing women are not wrong... Their desperation is quiet; they hide their bruises of body and heart; they dress carefully and have good manners; they suffer, they love God, they follow the rules... They use sex and babies to stay valuable because they need a home, food, clothing. They use the traditional intelligence of the female-animal, not human; they do what they have to do to survive." -- Andrea Dworkin, from Right Wing Women

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