Enemy Feminisms: Terfs, Policewomen, and Girlbosses Against Liberation

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English
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Paperback
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9798888902493

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About the Author
Sophie Lewis is a writer. Her books, Full Surrogacy Now: Feminism Against Family, and Abolish the Family: A Manifesto for Care and Liberation, have been translated into nine languages. Sophie grew up in France, half-British, half-German, but now lives in Philadelphia and teaches online courses on utopian theory at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. She also has a visiting affiliation with the Center for Research on Feminist, Queer and Transgender Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Lewis' writing appears in n+1, Harper's, the LRB, the New York Times, and e-flux.
Reviews

Praise for Abolish the Family:

"A bracing invitation to think beyond an institution that immiserates so many but that, for just as many, remains a fixed point of social possibility. Sophie Lewis is, as always, sharp, bold, compassionate and fearless."
-Amia Srinivasan, author of The Right to Sex

"I am consistently dazzled by Sophie Lewis's work, which is both intellectually capacious and heart-expanding. Abolish the Family is a liberatory demand and a world-making project proposed here with revolutionary love and inimitable style. Without fail, Lewis clarifies, disrupts and inspires."
-Natasha Lennard, author of Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life

"Sophie Lewis is our most eloquent, furious and funny critic of how the family is a terrible way to satisfy all of our desires for love, care, nourishment."
-New Statesman

"Thrilling."
-Refinery29


Praise for
Full Surrogacy Now

"Sophie Lewis and her expansive vision of feminism are desperately needed right now. She makes the work of undoing what "womanhood" has come to mean look possible and irresistible."
-Melissa Gira Grant, author of Playing the Whore

"Dazzling."
-London Review of Books