Feminism, Sexuality, and Politics: Essays

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Index
Abbott, Edith, 43
Abolitionism, 25, 95
Abortion, 100, 111, 176, 177–83
Addams, Jane, 27–28, 37–38, 40, 42-
43, 50–51, 53, 55
African Americans: separatism of, 5, 11; fertility rate of, 111; and same-sex attraction in songs, 115; men and sex crime panic, 132; and eugenics, 182
African American women: history of violence against, 17; labeled as aggressive homosexuals, 17, 142, 143, 144–45, 157, 166, 226 (n. 12); and separatism, 27, 96; and 1893 World's Fair, 30; and social reform, 38, 39–40; and middle-class women's service clubs, 39–40, 51; and women's networks, 40; and female institution building, 54; and feminism, 95, 96; as prison lesbians, 141, 142, 143, 144–45, 150; and tolerance for homosexual relationships, 142; and prison population, 143, 225 (n. 5); genitals characterized as pathological, 144–45; as welfare mother, 151, 157; and lesbian label, 163; and lesbian identity, 171, 189
Alexander, Franz, 127
Ali, Shareefeh Hamid, 97
Allen, Pam, 70
American Association of University Women (AAUW), 60, 207 (n. 3)
American Bar Association, 176
American Civil Liberties Union, 176, 183
American Historical Association, 2
American Law Institute, 222 (n. 43)
American Legion, 129
American Psychiatric Association, 137
American West: and same-gender relationships, 111–12
American Woman Suffrage Association, 25–26
Amicus curiae briefs, 176, 177. See also Legal arguments Andersen, Margaret L., 209 (n. 8)
Anthony, Susan B., 25, 26, 30, 33
Antilynching movement, 38, 41, 95
Ascherman Act, 130
Asian American women, 95
Babcock, Barbara, 12
Barnard College, 5
Baxter, Annette, 5, 6
Bedford Hills Reformatory for Women, 125–26, 143 Bentley, Gladys, 115
Berdache, 108–9, 118
Berzon, Marsha, 12
Bestiality, 109, 212 (n. 3)
Bethune, Mary McLeod, 51
Binford, Jessie, 43
Biological sex: as category, 15
Birth control, 123, 181
Blackmun, Harry, 177
Blackwell, Antoinette Brown, 30
Blair, Emily Newell, 21, 31–33
Boas, Franz, 165
Bond, Pat, 116
Boston marriages, 114, 118, 149, 163, 188
Bowers v. Hardwick (1986), 183, 184, 186, 187
Bowman, Karl, 130, 133, 135, 138
Briggs Law, 125
Brown, Charlotte Hawkins, 51
Brown, Willa W., 47

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