Difference between revisions of "Gender and sexual liberation*"

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'''Readings:'''
'''Readings:'''


Extract 2003 resolution on Lesbian and Gay Liberation
[https://4edu.info/index.php?title=Excerpts_from_2003_FI_LGBTIQ_resolution_On_Lesbian/Gay_Liberation 2003 FI LGBTIQ resolution On Lesbian/Gay Liberation (Excerpts)]


Extract Warped (Peter Drucker)
[http://4edu.info/images/e/e6/Peter_Warped_intersectionality-1.doc Excerpts from Peter Drucker: Warped. Gay Normality and Queer Anticapitalism]


[[http://www.internationalviewpoint.org/spip.php?article3718 Remarks on Gender (Cinzia Arruzza)]]
[[http://www.internationalviewpoint.org/spip.php?article3718 Remarks on Gender (Cinzia Arruzza)]]
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[[Resolution from 11th World Congress (1979): "Socialist revolution and the struggle for women's liberation". Fragments.]]
[[Resolution from 11th World Congress (1979): "Socialist revolution and the struggle for women's liberation". Fragments.]]


2021 Resolution New Rise of the Women's Movement
[[https://fourth.international/en/international-committee/666/299 2021 Resolution New Rise of the Women's Movement]]

Revision as of 15:50, 9 August 2021

Outline Youth School 2021 Gender and sexual liberation


1. A Marxist analysis of women’s and lgbt oppression based on the materialist method a) Why is this important? framework for projecting it can be overcome (rather than male psychology, human nature etc)

2. The family a) The family changes in time and space under patriarchal class society b) Societies analysed in written history - evolution of family form c) Absurd argument that holds that gender oppression originates with capitalism

3. Sex and gender a) Gender identity is socially constructed => origins of oppression lie in material factors of society, gender roles are not fixed, vary with historical period, environment, production methods, class position but intertwined with class society not a separate system "patriarchy”

4. Oppression within the family a) women b) young people c) outside traditional roles => common interests of women’s and LGBTIQ struggles

5. Autonomous movements of the oppressed a) what we mean by autonomous b) our relationship as a party to autonomous movements c) building our programme


Readings:

2003 FI LGBTIQ resolution On Lesbian/Gay Liberation (Excerpts)

Excerpts from Peter Drucker: Warped. Gay Normality and Queer Anticapitalism

[Remarks on Gender (Cinzia Arruzza)]

Resolution from 11th World Congress (1979): "Socialist revolution and the struggle for women's liberation". Fragments.

[2021 Resolution New Rise of the Women's Movement]