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Ti-Grace Atkinson

  • Feminism is a theory, lesbianism is a practice.

    • Ti-Grace Atkinson,
    • speech (1970), in Sidney Abbott and Barbara Love, Sappho Was a Right-On Woman ()
  • Feminism is the theory; lesbianism is the practice.

    • Ti-Grace Atkinson,
    • in Anne Koedt, Ellen Levine, and Anita Rapone, eds., Radical Feminism ()
  • Since the beginning of the Movement, lesbianism has been a kind of code word for female resistance.

    • Ti-Grace Atkinson,
    • "Lesbianism and Feminism," Amazon Odyssey ()
  • I'm enormously less interested in whom you sleep with than I am in with whom you're prepared to die.

    • Ti-Grace Atkinson,
    • "Strategy and Tactics," Amazon Odyssey ()
  • ... there is at least one thing more brutal than the truth, and that is the consequence of saying less than the truth. One becomes an accessory to any facts one attempts — however much — to conceal.

    • Ti-Grace Atkinson,
    • "The Older Woman," Amazon Odyssey ()

Ti-Grace Atkinson, U.S. writer, feminist

(1938)