Talk:Feminist Book Club for Men

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Beyond the general discourse, to say feminism is for everyone, this provides a radical intersectionality and functionally describes the organism of the space.
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If that is unwelcome of course, we can just keep with what it is.

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After the introduction, I'd like to have a discussion about this.

Beyond the general discourse, to say feminism is for everyone, this provides a radical intersectionality and functionally describes the organism of the space.

http://www.egs.edu/faculty/donna-haraway/articles/donna-haraway-a-cyborg-manifesto/

If that is unwelcome of course, we can just keep with what it is.

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