By Paul Verhaeghe, Marc Du Ry
First released in English 1997; revised version 1999
"A excellent resolution to the confusions surrounding Freud's and Lacan's thought of female sexuality. . . . A needs to for a person who desires to grab what psychoanalysis has to claim today."
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Using myself as an example, that creative writing I do which I consider to be most reflective of a postmodern oppositional sensibility, work that is abstract, fragmented, non-linear narrative, is constantly rejected by editors and publishers. It 30 YEARNING does not conform to the type of writing they think black women should be doing or the type of writing they believe will sell. Certainly I do not think I am the only black person engaged in forms of cultural production, especially experimental ones, who is constrained by the lack of an audience for certain kinds of work.
Politically, black men continue to assume dominant leadership roles, rarely if ever paying lip service to the need for a change in thinking about gender. Even when Jesse Jack son emphasized gender issues in his recent campaign, his comments were most often perceived as being addressed to a white female con stituency. Many Jesse Jackson supporters were black women, yet he never made any specific appeals to gender concerns that deeply affect our future, issues of poverty and childcare. Black male and female re fusal to consider the importance of eradicating sexism has ongoing negative consequences for black solidarity.