Fraternal Conspiracy and the Subject of Feminism

@article{Finke2018FraternalCA,
  title={Fraternal Conspiracy and the Subject of Feminism},
  author={Laurie Finke},
  journal={Women's Studies},
  year={2018},
  volume={47},
  pages={485 - 503}
}
BBC news ran a story in July 2012 about a direct action feminist group in France that call themselves “La Barbe,” for the fake beards that they wear at protests to ridicule the pretensions of male supremacy as “corny” or “boring” (both idiomatic readings of “la barbe”). One of La Barbe’s protests targeted an event sponsored by the French Freemasons, the Grand Orient de France, which, from its foundation in 1733, historically excluded women from membership. As one protester remarked, referring… Expand

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