GEMIE, Sharif. "Anarchism and Feminism; a Historical Survey"

FeminismBibliographyGEMIE, Sharif

Women’s History Review 5:3 (1996), pp.417-444

As may be expected, anarchists adopted a variety of positions about sexual politics, equality or patriarchy. The traditional movement adhered to strict gender roles; it was masculine-dominated, avoided organizing female-oriented political movements like the right to vote. Other currents, however, fought for many issues such as birth control or free love.