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Contents Search. Liberation Psychology. How to cite. Introduction Liberation psychology aims to analyze and transform personal and social oppression. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Afuape, T. Power, resistance and liberation in therapy with survivors of trauma.
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Ringwood, Australia: Penguin. Freidre, P. Some did not see the intrinsic connection between the liberation of women and the liberation of men that was advocated for by the Women's Liberation Movement and felt that feminists did not care about the inequalities suffered by men; they felt that the liberation of women without the liberation of men from policies that keep men of color from obtaining jobs and limit their civil rights, further preventing them from being able to protect their families, neither improved humanity as a whole nor improved the plight experienced by families.
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Regarding the "sex-positive" sect that broke away from the women's liberation movement, extending personal freedom to sexual freedom, the meaning of being free to have relations with whoever one wanted, was lost on black women who had been sexually assaulted and raped with impunity for centuries  or Native Women who were routinely sterilized. For example, many liberationists rejected the performance of femininity as a positive behavior, which meant that white lesbians who actively chose to perform femininity had to decide between their desire to be feminine-presenting and their rejection of sexual objectification.
Jackie Anderson, an activist and philosopher, observed that in the black lesbian community being able to dress up made them feel confident because during the work week, black women had to conform to dress codes imposed upon them.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Women's liberation movement Part of Second-wave feminism Scene from a women's liberation protest. Women's suffrage Muslim countries US. First Second Third Fourth. Variants general. Variants religious. By country.
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Lists and categories. Lists Articles Feminists by nationality Literature American feminist literature Feminist comic books. Main article: Women's liberation movement in North America. Main article: Women's liberation movement in Asia. Main article: Women's liberation movement in Europe. Main article: Women's liberation movement in Oceania.
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