Lesbian Communities: Festivals, RVs, and the Internet

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Overview

Lesbian Communities: Festivals, RVs, and the Internet takes you inside flourishing communities—physical, spiritual, and virtual (online)—that provide lesbians with practical help, emotional support, and outlets for creative expression. From groups functioning in harmony with mainstream society, to separatist communities and back-to-the-land groups, to “festival communities” and informal online groups, this book offers a ray of light to those whose search for community is still ongoing. It also provides much-needed analysis of the current state of lesbian communities for educators, researchers, and social scientists. Photos and illustrations bring these women and their communities to life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781560233374
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/22/2005
  • Pages: 210
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

  • Foreword (Esther D. Rothblum and Penny Sablove)
  • The Mirror Dance in Retrospect (Susan Krieger)
  • Entering the Lesbian World in Japan: Debut Stories (Saori Kamano)
  • Lesbian Quarters: On Building Space, Identity, Institutional Memory and Resources (Elana Dykewomon)
  • My Life in a Lesbian Community: The Joys and the Pain (Shaba A. Barnes)
  • Negotiating Lesbian Worlds: The Festival Communities (Bonnie J. Morris)
  • Hallomas: Longevity in a Back-to-the-Land Women’s Group in Northern California (Lenore Ralston and Nancy Stoller)
  • The Friday Night Bunch: A Lesbian Community in West Texas (Jean Brashear Nichols)
  • Dykes and Tykes: A Virtual Lesbian Parenting Community (Arlene Istar Lev, Gwendolyn Dean, Lauren DeFilippis, Kim Evernham, Larin McLaughlin, and Cynthia Phillips)
  • The Heirs of Aradia, Daughters of Diana: Community in the Second and Third Wave (Jane R. Dickie, Anna Cook, Rachel Gazda, Bethany Martin, and Elizabeth Sturrus)
  • Lesquire’s Pub—An Essay on Virtual Community Building (Frances Wasserlein and Carolyn L. Sween)
  • “Amazon Music Party Drummers,” Santa Cruz, California Mountains, 1974 (Cathy Cade)
  • The Visible Lesbian: The Lesbian Community Action Association and Lesbian Visibility (Jill A. Mackey)
  • Lesbian Community: From Sisterhood to Segregation (Bev Jo)
  • More than a Bookstore: The Continuing Relevance of Feminist Bookstores for the Lesbian Community (Kathleen Liddle)
  • A New Generation of Lesbian Jewish Activism (Rebecca E. Margolis)
  • Lesbian Communities Across the United States: Pockets of Resistance and Resilience (Joan S. Rabin and Barbara R. Slater)
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included
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