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A new feminism is emerging.
Fairer Disputations is not just an online journal. It’s an international community of scholars, public intellectuals, journalists, and advocates. Our mission is to advance a new vision of feminism, one that is grounded in the basic fact that sex is real. Although the authors we feature do not all agree on every issue, they each make important contributions to the debate over how society should, in justice, accommodate the reality of sexual difference.
Fairer Disputations will advance that debate by aggregating both popular and scholarly writing, publishing our own original material, and creating an online community of new feminist voices. Every week, we send out a weekly digest featuring one original essay and a curated selection of the best new sex-realist content from across the web.
Who publishes Fairer Disputations?
Fairer Disputations is published by the Wollstonecraft Project at the Abigail Adams Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, under the direction of AAI Senior Fellow Erika Bachiochi.
How can I get involved?
Join our email list! You’ll get weekly updates with the latest in sex-realist content from around the web. You’ll also be the first to know as we scale up the Fairer Disputations project, both in the United States and the United Kingdom.
If you like what you see on this site, please also consider making a one-time or recurring monthly donation. Our work relies entirely on the generosity of our supporters.
We also welcome volunteers. If you’d like to donate your time, drop us a line at [email protected] with a description of your skills/how you’d like to help.
Do you accept submissions?
Yes! We are now accepting original submissions for publication on the Fairer Disputations site. Click the link below to view our writing guidelines and submission form!
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