Feminist Science Fiction Fans

This group is focused on the sub-genre of Science Fiction that explores feminist issues such as women's roles in society. Feminist Sci-Fi poses questions about gender roles, sexuality, reproduction, and power structures between men and women. Sci-Fi allows authors the freedom to create utopias illustrating worlds free of sexism, homophobia and prejudice, as well as dystopias where the gender divide is exaggerated in order to open a dialogue regarding the role of social constructs in understandin ...more
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Where do you get most of the fiction you read?

loans (libraries or friends)
 
  6 votes, 28.6%

the Internet (ebooks)
 
  5 votes, 23.8%

50/50 split of internet and library (write-in)
 
  5 votes, 23.8%

purchases of physical books
 
  4 votes, 19.0%

actually, I listen to audiobooks more often than I read
 
  1 vote, 4.8%

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