Washington, DC: The Furies, Publisher, 1972. Tabloid. Good. Item #014835
Side folding tabloid newspaper format. 24 pp., including covers. A few black and white illustrations in the interior. Second issue of this newspaper/journal published by the Furies Collective. The collective was a communal lesbian group based in Washington, DC that sought to promote women's rights and feminism through revolutionary and radical means inspired by the Black Panther Party and other similar groups. The house in which the collective was based became the first lesbian related historic landmark in Washington, DC in 2019. This issue with several articles taking a somewhat philosophical look at youth culture and its being defined through white male experiences that perpetuates a continued repression of women/lesbian women. Also present is poetry, an article on Emily Dickinson, etc. GOOD condition. Heavy browning. Heavy chipping, creasing and tearing along the extremities. Horizontal fold crease present. Some soiling.