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Girls and young women (45)


Third Wave/ New/ DIY Feminisms: Books, Articles, Websites


Barbara Smith (ed), Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology. New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, 1983.

Rebecca Walker (ed), To Be Real: Telling the Truth and Changing the Face of Feminism , New York: Anchor, 1995.

Barbara Findlen (ed), Listen Up: Voices From The Next Feminist Generation , Seattle: Seal Press, 1995.

Kathy Bail (ed), DIY Feminism , St Leonards: Allen and Unwin, 1996.

Type of Resource: 
Reading Lists
Girls and young women
Youth culture

Grrrl Fest Berlin: July 3-5, 2009

Teaser Image: 

Grrrl Fest Berlin in den Räumen des Subversiv e.V und der Scherer 8

Freitag, 3.Juli 2009
in den Räumen der SCHERER 8 (Schererstr. 8 / U & S Wedding)

Einlass: 19:30 Uhr

# Film: Itty Bitty Titty Committee (87min.)
# Konzert: Ex Best Friends (Postpunkheldinnen/Bln.), Totally Stressed (Art Rock/Bln.) & Respect My Fist (NRW-ScreamOh!/Bln.)
# Aftershowparty

Zines Zines Zines!
there’s gonna be one or more zine distros all over grrrl fest berlin 09, too, as well as a zine library that needs YOU!

Type of project: 
Girls and young women
Networking & community building

Tema Flickrum (Blog)



Feministisk blogg rörande kulturyttringar, med ögat riktat mot feminitet och maskulinitet.

I kortare essäform diskuteras feminitet och maskulinitet, inte sällan relaterat till kulturella företeelser.


Shocking Pink (Magazine, 1981-1982 and 1987-1992)


United Kingdom

16 issues were published; zine written by and for young women with an emphasis on topics like contraception, abortion, sexuality, lesbianism / queer issues, violence against women, women culture / music etc., skill sharing (e.g. how to form a band, a women's group etc.), racism, women's rights etc.


The F-Word (E-Zine)


United Kingdom
51° 30' 0.5472" N, 0° 7' 34.4496" W

This webzine exists to help encourage a new sense of community among UK feminists, and to show the doubters that feminism still exists here, today, now - and is as relevant to the lives of the younger generation as it was to those in the 60s and 70s. The webzine was founded by, and is mainly written by younger feminists, those of us born during or after the feminism of the 60s and 70s. Although we encourage contributions from feminists of all ages, we are particularly keen to encourage and showcase the new voices of younger feminists, our peers. To this end, contributions from new writers of all ages, and young women and girls are particularly welcomed and encouraged.

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