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Rifkin, A. (2017). Reading Some Fragments From the Work of Muriel Dimen, or Contradictions on the Spicy Side. Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(2):139-140.

(2017). Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 18(2):139-140

Reading Some Fragments From the Work of Muriel Dimen, or Contradictions on the Spicy Side

Adrian Rifkin

My piece is concerned with some of Muriel Dimen’s feminist writing of the 1980s and her bold and unyielding pleasure in elaborating a sexual politics rooted in an acceptance of the proliferation of sexual diversities and the ambivalent relations of feelings and theories that so marked the moment. Between subjective narrative, social theory and psychoanalysis Muriel found a new kind of space for a feminist enunciation that could be undertaken while wearing extravagantly lascivious red lizard skin shoes.

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