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Pulling our own strings : feminist humor and satire / edited by Gloria Kaufman and Mary Kay Blakely.

; Blakely, Mary Kay, 1948- edt
1st Midland book ed.. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1980] .
ISBN 0253202515, 0253130344

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Other Authors Blakely, Mary Kay, 1948-
Kaufman, Gloria J., 1929-
Subjects American wit and humor.
Humorismo americano -- Mujeres como autoras.
Women -- Humor.
Women's wit and humor.
Description 192 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents "Dear Gloria" / by Mary Kay Blakely -- Introduction / by Gloria Kaufman -- PERIODIC HYSTERIA -- Becoming a Tampax junkie / by Ivy Bottini -- Ragtime -- Periodical Bea / by E.M. Broner -- Splat / by Marilyn French -- A person who menstruates is unfit to be a mother / by Hadley V. Baxendale -- A crowd of commuters / by Mary Ellmann -- If men could menstruate / by Gloria Steinem -- Walking the knife's edge / by Lisa Alther -- Mosquitoes and menses -- New discoveries hailed as birth control breakthroughs / by Jane Field -- Superpower sought on the contraceptive front / by Carol Troy -- Jumbo, colossal and supercolossal -- To the editor / by Shirley L. Radl -- The natural masochism of women / by Hadley V. Baxendale -- Revolutionary contraceptive / by Roberta Gregory -- The perfect job for a pregnant woman -- A few words about breasts / by Nora Ephron -- Mammary glands / by Kristin Lems -- What do you say when a man tells you, You have the softest skin / by Mary Mackey -- Keeping abreast of what men want / by Mary Kay Blakely-- UNTYING THE MOTHER KNOT -- On sleeping with your kids / by Alta -- The day's work / by Barbara Holland -- The pee-in / by Sheila Ballantyne -- Fairyland Nursery School / by Shiela Ballantyne -- Molly's beginnings / by Rita Mae Brown -- The Christmas pageant / by Rita Mae Brown -- Needle-and-thread envy / by Sheila Ballantyne -- Raising sons / by Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- The pros and cons of motherhood / by Mary Kay Blakely -- CLICKING, CLUNKING, AND CLOWNING -- Clicking -- A bargain with the judge / by Florynce Kennedy -- Don't you wish you were liberated too / by Shirley Katz -- The man was right / by Ellen Goodman -- Clunks / by Jane O'Reilly -- Pandephobium / by Sue Held -- Clothes make the man / by Sally Sertin -- Untitled / by Alta -- On stage with Harrison and Tyler -- Clowning with Ivy Bottini -- Monumental prophylactic -- Men: beware the ATR -- WE MEASURED 56-480-47-277-30-19, AND NOW WE MEASURE MORE! -- Carrie Chapman Catt -- When taxes are taxing -- A consistent anti to her son / by Alice Duer Miller -- The woman question in 1872 / by Fanny Fern --Predictions for 1979 / by Yenta -- A Flo Kennedy sampler -- The lifting power of woman / by Joan Honican -- Why we oppose votes for men / by Alice Duer Miller -- How the women sang their way out of jail / by Mary Harris Jones -- The human-not-quite-human / by Dorothy Sayers -- I laughed when I wrote it / by Nikki Giovanni -- Liberation of the Yale Divinity School library men's room / by Carol P. Christ -- We need a name for Bernadette Arnold / by Joan D. Uebelhoer -- On a different track / by Sharon McDonald -- RAPE AND OTHER BIG JOKES -- The Saturday night special / by Naomi Weisstein -- How to avoid rape -- LABORING UNDER FALSE ASSUMPTIONS -- A great satisfaction / by Dorothy Sayers -- The aroma of "Miss" / by Virginia Woolf -- Marginal workers / by Hadley V. Baxendale -- Letter to the editor / by Joan D. Uebelhoer -- A writer's interview with herself / by Mary Ellmann -- Crooked and straight in academia / by Susan J. Wolfe and Julia Penelope -- The conference / by E.M. Broner -- MLA / by Mary Mackey -- HERE COMES THE BRIDLE -- Lady in red / by Ntozake Shange -- Sterner stuff / by Sue Held -- Marriage quickies -- Dishwashing & suicide / by Maxine Hong Kingston -- The politics of housework / by Pat Mainardi -- We don't need the men / by Malvina Reynolds -- Of bikers, brides & butches / by Sharon McDonald -- What Mother never told me / by Sharon McDonald -- FOR ALL THE "CRAZY LADIES" -- No one has a corner on depression but housewives are working on it / by Gabrielle Burton -- Multiple penis envy / by Haldley V. Baxendale -- What God hath wroth / by Charlotte Painter -- Mother's Day poem / by Pauline B. Bart --I'm sorry, you're sorry / by Mary Kay Blakely -- Don't wear your guitar, darling Mother / by Shirley Katz-- Football / by Crazy Hazel Houlihingle -- Aaaaaaaaaargh! / by Sheila Ballantyne -- ONCE UPON A MYTH -- Application for employment / by Rhoda Lerman -- The creation of man / by Rhoda Lerman -- To whom it may concern / by Rhoda Lerman -- Quips of a high priestess / by Zsuzsanna Budapest -- You are what is female / by Judy Grahn -- The House of Mirrors / by Mary Daly -- Norma Jean's theory / by Sheila Ballantyne -- Honk if you think she's Jesus / by Mugsy Peabody -- Why little girls are sugar & spice and when they grow up become cheesecake / by Una Stannard -- S/HE-IT -- A feminist alphabet / by Eve Merriam -- "Him" to the weather / by Judith K. Meuli -- Overcoming a man-nerism / by Naomi R. Goldenberg -- Talkin' gender neutral blues / by Kristin Lems -- An eight-letter word / by Mary Ellmann -- Letter to the editor / by Patricia Miller -- Dear Colleague: I am not an honorary male / by Joanna Russ -- Another name for "down there" / by Sue Held -- Pickups, puns, and putdowns -- Josie takes the stand / by Ruth Herschberger.
Genre Humor.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6304087
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