Political lesbianism

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Political lesbianism is an event in feminism, mainly second-wave feminism and radical feminism. Political lesbianism supports the idea that sexual orientation is a political and feminist choice, and supports lesbianism as a positive replacement to heterosexuality for women[1] as part of the struggle against sexism.[2]

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  1. Bindel, Julie (27 March 2004). "Location, location, orientation". The Guardian.
  2. Krebs, Paula. "Lesbianism as a Political Strategy". Off Our Backs 17.6. ProQuest 197156630. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)