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Anne Koedt

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Anne Koedt

Anne Koedt (born 1941 in Denmark [1]) is a Shulamith Firestone, Diane Cruthers and Minda Bikman among others.[4] Koedt became the editor of Notes From the Third Year replacing Shulamith Firestone in 1972. Some feminist groups felt that the more radical feminist positions that had been previously included were edited out of this third edition.[5]

Koedt's December 1969 Politics of the Ego, A Manifesto for New York Radical Feminists was first published in Notes from the Second Year and later in her anthology Radical Feminism.[6] A several page excerpt from this manifesto continued to be circulated as part of the 1976 "Introduction to New York Radical Feminists" pamphlet until the NYRF post office box closed in 1989.

Selected works

  • The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm, 1968 and 1970
  • Anne Koedt, Ellen Levine, and Anita Rapone (eds.) Radical Feminism, Times Books (October 1973) ISBN 978-0-8129-6220-8
  • "Lesbianism and Feminism" 1971


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