poetics, time, body disruption and marginally queer solutions

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

1952: Mattachine battles police harassment
Lavender & red, part 43
By Leslie Feinberg

By the autumn of 1951, the seven founders of the Mattachine society were organizationally confronted by the growth of their discussion groups. They began to develop more leadership in response. As in the consciousness-raising groups that later sprang up in the women's liberation movement, the goal was not merely to discuss oppression but to take political action to end it.


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