I speak for those women who have killed that feminine anti-feminism, artificially nourished by male power, which makes woman the enemy of woman, of the woman who is too something: too intelligent, too active, too militant, too generous, too courageous, too young, too naïve.
I do not believe that the human species merits Freud's pessimism: I do not believe that femininity is accepted by no one, including women. But I believe, on the contrary, that thanks to the uncertain and timid design of an other relationship between men and women, we are in the presence of the opening of a new continent in history. If all the feminist movements, if all the revolutionaries understand this, one day there will be no more fascism.
Translated by Elaine Marks
From "Sexualité féminine dans l'idéologie fasciste" [Feminine sexuality in fascist ideology] in Tel quel, Summer 1976.