“I’d like to take what I know and just hand it over. But there is always a problem, for a woman: being believed. How can I think I know something? How can I think that what I know might matter? … My only chance to be believed is to find a way of writing bolder and stronger than woman hating itself–smarter, deeper, colder… I would have to think strategically, with a militarist heart: as if my books were complex explosives, minefields set down in the culture to blow open the status quo. I’d have to give up Baudelaire for Clausewitz.” Andrea Dworkin, “Life and Death“
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