- Title Pages
- Foreword to the Beauvoir Series
- Everyday Sexism
- League of Women’s Rights Manifesto
- Preface to Divorce in France
- Introduction to Women Insist
- Preface to Through Women’s Eyes
- When All the Women of the World …
- My Point of View: An Outrageous Affair
- Preface to Stories from the French Women’s Liberation Movement
- The Urgency of an Anti-Sexist Law
- Press Conference of the International Committee for Women’s Rights
- Foreword to Deception Chronicles: From the Women’s Liberation Movement to a Commercial Trademark
- Women, Ads, and Hate
- Books in The Beauvoir Series
- Production Credits
- (p.240) Everyday Sexism
- Feminist Writings
- Marybeth Timmermann
- University of Illinois Press
An individual who calls another a “dirty nigger” in front of witnesses, or who prints insulting remarks about Jews or Arabs can be brought to trial and convicted of “racial slander.” But if a man publicly shouts at a woman, calling her “a whore,” or if in his written work he accuses ...
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