We are not feminists because we hate men, we are feminists because we respect and love men and we don't understand why they do not always return that respect.

We are not feminists because we hate men, we are feminists because we respect and love men and we don't understand why they do not always return that respect.

"Women feel more guilt than men, not because of some weird chromosomal issue but because they have a history of being blamed for other people’s behavior. You get hit, you must have annoyed someone; you get raped, you must have excited someone; your kid is a junkie, you must have brought him up wrong." — Germaine Greer, Guilt Poisons Women

"Women feel more guilt than men, not because of some weird chromosomal issue but because they have a history of being blamed for other people’s behavior. You get hit, you must have annoyed someone; you get raped, you must have excited someone; your kid is a junkie, you must have brought him up wrong." — Germaine Greer, Guilt Poisons Women

Germaine Greer by Paula Rego © National Portrait Gallery, London.   Author, "The Female Eunuch" (1970)

Germaine Greer by Paula Rego © National Portrait Gallery, London. Author, "The Female Eunuch" (1970)

Germaine Greer: b. 1939; Germaine Greer is an Australian academic and journalist, and was a major feminist voice of the mid-20th century.  Greer's ideas have created controversy ever since her book The Female Eunuch became an international best-seller in 1970. Greer has defined her goal as "women's liberation" as distinct from "equality with men". She asserts that women's liberation meant embracing gender differences in a positive fashion.

Germaine Greer: Guilt poisons women - CNN.com

Germaine Greer: b. 1939; Germaine Greer is an Australian academic and journalist, and was a major feminist voice of the mid-20th century. Greer's ideas have created controversy ever since her book The Female Eunuch became an international best-seller in 1970. Greer has defined her goal as "women's liberation" as distinct from "equality with men". She asserts that women's liberation meant embracing gender differences in a positive fashion.

Germaine Greer "I have always been principally interested in men for sex. I've always thought any sane woman would be a lover of women because loving men is such a mess. I have always wished I'd fall in love with a woman. Damn."

Germaine Greer "I have always been principally interested in men for sex. I've always thought any sane woman would be a lover of women because loving men is such a mess. I have always wished I'd fall in love with a woman. Damn."

"Until women themselves reject stigma and refuse to feel shame for the way others treat them, they have no hope of achieving full human stature.", Germaine Greer

"Until women themselves reject stigma and refuse to feel shame for the way others treat them, they have no hope of achieving full human stature.", Germaine Greer

The 100 best nonfiction books: No 13 – The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer (1970) | Books | The Guardian

The 100 best nonfiction books: No 13 – The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer (1970) | Books | The Guardian

a short documentory talking to Germaine Greer about the 'C' word...very interesting stuff!

a short documentory talking to Germaine Greer about the 'C' word...very interesting stuff!

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