Kelly Cogswell on Feminist Magazine

Feminist Magazine

Cogswell_Eating coverFor LGBT Pride month… Kelly Cogswell, author of the memoir “Eating Fire: My Life as a Lesbian Avenger”, talks about the first Dyke March in 1993. Telling us about what inspired lesbians to start the march - often finding themselves invisible in the gay movement and marginalized in feminist movements. And, why Dyke Marches are still happening and bringing together young lesbians and queer women, in cities around the US and the world.

Listen to the show here.

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