00. Table of Contents

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Table of Contents


1. Women’s Rights and Feminism - General
     A.  The Politics of Women’s Rights; Community Organizing; Activism, Advocacy
     B. Women’s Resistance to Male Chauvinism and Anti-Feminism

 2. Women’s Medical Issue
     A. Reproductive Rights; Abortion Rights
     B. Misogyny, Discrimination, and Abuse, especially in Obstetrics and Gynecology
     C. Women's Sports

 3. Women’s Legal Issues
     A.  Equal Rights Legislation 
     B.  Status of Women and Social Equality
     C. Women's Feminist and Gender Critical Male Allies
     D. Sex-Based Rights; Period Equity
     E.  Language Issues and Women’s Rights

 4. Women’s Identity; Gender Critical Theory; Erasure of Women
     A. The Range of Sexuality:  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Other Non-heterosexual

 5. Transgendering: The Transgender Lobby;  Its Connections  to the Medical and Pharmaceutical Industries, Academia, and High Finance. The Process, Consequences, Dangers
     A. Transgender Cult Ideology and Political Influence
     B. Detransitioning

 6. The Science and Medicine of Sex, Reproduction and Transgendering

 7.  Women and Children; Schools, Libraries and Academia
      A. Women and Family Issues   

 8.  Women’s Rights to Safe Spaces and Privacy

 9. Bigotry, Misogyny, Sexism
     A. Toxic Masculinity; Male Entitlement, Privilege

10. Violence Against Women and Women’s Rights Advocates:  Verbal and Physical Abuse, Hate Speech, Libel, Harassment, Silencing, Threats, Assault, Murder
      A. Violence by Men in the Home

11. Sexual Predation and Assault; Rape. Women and the Police
      A. Women in Wartime; Rape as a Weapon of War. Women and the Military 

12. Pornography and Women as Objects in the Media and Hollywood

13. Prostitution and Trafficking

14. Women Criminal Defendants; Women in Prison

15. Women and Poverty, Homelessness, Period Poverty

16. Economic Issues. Women in the Workplace; Home as Workplace

17. Women and the Arts and Music.  Women Artists and Writers;  Feminist Literature

18. Indigenous and Third World Women, including African-American Women

19. International Organizations

20. Women's History

21. General Sources:  Organizations and Individuals: Websites, Blogs, Print Media 

22. End Notes


Freeing yourself was one thing, claiming ownership of that freed self was another.
– Toni Morrison


Except for Section 21, entries are listed in this order:

1. Websites, periodicals and blogs (unmarked), Twitter;

2. Online articles, PDF files;

3. Print media (documents or books), videos (including YouTube videos), and online books. Interfiled and marked as appropriate (BOOK, VIDEO, ONLINE BOOK, etc.);    .

4.  Radio stations, podcasts,  and other broadcast media.

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