With renewed debate raging in the media about pro-life feminism, the new issue of The American Feminist® couldn't be timelier.
People are asking — who really is a feminist? What does it mean to be a feminist?
Were the early American feminists against abortion? Or were their quotes simply taken out of context? And if they were against abortion, was it because they were concerned about the unborn—or was it the woman? Was it simply because of Victorian attitudes about sex?
There has also been nonstop controversy about Susan B. Anthony since the Birthplace Museum in Adams, Massachusetts was recently reopened by longtime FFL member and owner Carol Crossed.
In this issue of The American Feminist® FFL illuminates the "Herstory" that prominent women's historians often leave out. I'm sure you won't want to miss it.
It's a substantial 40-page issue and a "must have" for your library—and it's ready to share with friends and family if you can bear to lend or give it away! (If you can't, we'll make extra copies available for purchase by members, supporters, and organizations!)
We are "writing women back into history." We have a new "on this day in Herstory" calendar filled with women who will inspire you to do more and better for the next generation.
And on top of all that, we have a new special brochure, "Voices of Our Feminist Foremothers," which has powerful quotes from many different suffragists!
FFL's Honorary Chair Patricia Heaton once told me that her birthday, March 4th, is the only date of the year that is also an action. She inspired FFL to name the magazine on women's history "March Forth!"
Join us as we March Forth!
Because women deserve better,
Serrin M. Foster
P.S. Post the "Who is a feminist anyway?" animated gif on your blog or website to invite your readers, family, and friends to visit this page!