Book Review on "Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive" by Julia Serano.
Critiques : Critique the book and author's arguments.
Excluded: Making Feminist And Queer Movements More Inclusive
Length: 3 pages (825 Words)
Excluded: Making feminists, and queer movements more inclusive
Julia serano is a transsexual femme-tomboy and a bisexual, Julia Serano delves into issues of exclusion of feminists and queer movements not only in the mainstream society, but also in the greater LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) movements. She brings out the issues of sexism that pervade the feminist and queer setting which to the greater extent seek inclusion and fight for diversity. Transsexual, bisexual and femme are some of the groups deemed suspect in these movements. She shares her own experiences of exclusion from the women’s spaces and encourages reevaluation of some activism mantras regarding the LGBT society. She also provides some approaches that help deal with sexism, sexuality and gender encourages inclusion in both societies.
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