Jennifer Baumgardner





Jennifer Baumgardner


Born
in Fargo, North Dakota,, The United States
January 01, 1970

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Average rating: 3.68 · 8,283 ratings · 528 reviews · 21 distinct works · Similar authors
Manifesta: Young Women, Fem...

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Grassroots: A Field Guide f...

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Look Both Ways: Bisexual Po...

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Abortion & Life

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F 'em!: Goo Goo, Gaga, and ...

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The Female Eunuch

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What Was the Hipster? A Soc...

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“What I'm asserting is that we are looking at bisexuality the wrong way, making the identity entirely dependent on someone other that the bisexual person him- or herself. If I'm dating a man, I'm straight. If I'm dating a woman, I'm a lesbian. But sexuality is not who you sleep with, it's who you are. It doesn't change according to who is standing next to you.”
Jennifer Baumgardner, Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics

“Freud's most radical legacy is the one that is the least actualized. After years of evolution on the topic, he came to the conclusion that any exclusive monosexual interest - regardless of whether it was hetero- or homosexual - was neurotic. In a sense Freud is saying what second-wave critic Kate Millet said a half-century late: "Homosexuality was invented by a straight world dealing with its own bisexuality." By the end of his writings, in 1937, Freud was downright blythe about bisexuality: "Every human being['s] . . . libido is distributed, either in a manifest or a latent fashion, over objects of both sexes.”
Jennifer Baumgardner, Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics

“As it turned out, my perception was so much more intimidating than the reality.”
Jennifer Baumgardner, Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and the Future

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