maybe I will join DSA one day
do you have any optimism that it might get better? i'm not saying you have to, i'm just curious. for me, i don't see what else i can do other than to make sure the movements and organizations i work with are thoroughly feminist to the extent that i can.
Also in 1968, an SDS organizer at the University of Washington told a meeting about white college men working with poor white men, and "[h]e noted that sometimes after analyzing societal ills, the men shared leisure time by 'balling a chick together.' He pointed out that such activities did much to enhance the political consciousness of poor white youth. A woman in the audience asked, 'And what did it do for the consciousness of the chick?'" (Hole, Judith, and Ellen Levine, Rebirth of Feminism, 1971, pg. 120). After the meeting, a handful of women formed Seattle's first women's liberation group.
The reduction in anxiety