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View from the Right The passing scene and what it's about viewed from the traditionalist politically incorrect Right. Is master-slave sex a myth? In an earlier blog entry , Reginald R. I said this was irrelevant to the subject at hand. Now VFR reader Dunnyveg brings forth information on slavery that I find not only surprising but a bit hard to believe.
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Review: Slave Play at New York Theatre Workshop
In the last three decades, gender has become an indispensable category of analysis in the study of slavery in the Americas, illuminating both the day-to-day lives of enslaved and enslaving peoples and ideas about race and slavery. While studying gender means much more than studying women, the literature on enslaved women is especially influential, in part because of gender analysis's origins in women's history and in part because of women's central importance in slavery: women and ideas about them shaped slavery from beginning to end. This article discusses the origins of slavery, the gendered division of slave labour, reproduction in slavery, sexuality, enslaved families, black femininity and masculinity, mastery and white gender identities, and politics. Keywords: slaves , enslaved women , gender analysis , slave labour , reproduction , sexuality , femininity , white gender identity , politics.
This angry, illuminating book about female slavery is not focused on or addressed to the public in general, but is a fusillade in an ongoing argument with sociologists, anthropologists, historians and self-styled pundits who may be either black or white, but are always men. It's bad enough, Deborah Gray White tells us, that black women have had to suffer for years as slaves, considered inferior both because they were black in a white-dominated culture and because they were women in a patriarchal society. But in recent times, simply because they have survived, they have been seen--again by male "authorities"--as having had a deleterious effect on black men: "When E.
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