Item #10832 Everywoman, Vol. II, No. 10 (Issue 21)

Everywoman, Vol. II, No. 10 (Issue 21)

Venice: Everywoman Newspaper, 1971. An issue of this second wave feminist periodical focused on being a lesbian within the women’s liberation and gay liberation movements. Articles include, “Notes of an ‘Old Gay’,” “Portrait of a Lesbian as a Young Dyke,” “Returning the Dykes to the Dutch,” “Notes on Lesbianism, Individualism, and Other Forbidden Practices,” “For Radical and Revolutionary Lesbians,” “Socialism and Lesbianism,” “Why I Cannot Work in the Gay Movement,” “In the World,” “Come Out!,” “N.O.W. on Life-Styles” (from a speech given by Sharon Zecha at the March 25th N.O.W. panel discussion on life-styles; three reports on the Gay Women’s West Coast Conference; poetry, prose, and adverts. Cover art featuring the famous still from Ingmar Bergman’s Persona.

Tabloid format printed in black on newsprint, [20] p., illus. Small split at spine fold, minor tear along top edge, near fine overall. Item #10832

Price: $45.00