Ivan E. Coyote is one of Canada's best-loved storytellers; her honest, wry, plain-spoken tales of growing up in the Yukon and living out loud on the west coast have attracted readers and live...
History and Current Reality$2.50
A superb essay from one of the organisers of the Committee To End The Marion Lockdown. This first appeared in the anthology 'Cages Of Steel'.
"The purpose of this booklet is to positively contribute to and stimulate some genuine debate about the role that we (as working class men) perform in the oppression of working class women in this...
Tales From The Clit—true stories by some of the world's most pro-sex feminists. These women have provided intimate, anticensorship essays, to reestablish the idea that equality of the...
An Emma Goldman Reader$29.98
By far the best, most comprehensive collection of Goldman's writings in one handy - albeit huge! - volume. Revised, expanded (with yet more essays added), and with a new foreword and source...
A Working Woman's Response To Sexual Harassment$10.00
Empowering and engaging, this is a perceptive, rational, and readable guide to addressing sexual harassment at the workplace. A step-by-step formula for handling it, facing it down, and finding a...
Radical Feminist And Lesbian Theories$12.00
A critical survey of the ideas of radical feminist and lesbian feminist theorists from the early theorists of the 60s, and the roots of feminism, through the 1980s. Douglas examines and compares...
A high school girl from the West Coast goes to Germany to spend a year as an exchange student. In detailed letters home, she recounts foreign flings, wild parties, girlfriend dramas and difficult...
Raical Gender Transformation, FTM and Beyond$13.95
Born female yet not identifying with that gender assignment, these writers illuminate the experiences of those who identify as FTM (female to male), and those whose gender is more fluid,...
"Howard's life and work are a persistent reminder that our own subjective judgments of the likelihood of success in engaging human problems are of little interest, to ourselves or others. What...