"Yeah, she, well, the one that I read is not exactly testimonio but it’s like a theory book, theoretical book called Hilando Fino, and um…yeah, she says that…feminism is not, or like, that communal feminism that she’s proposing, is not…like, women…women versus men. Like it’s not like relation between men and women, it’s about... community. And it’s about how these two, like, um, oh how did she put it? like… women… and men relating to the community. Like, the community is the starting point and ending point. Um... and like… yeah, I just read it the other day."
言いたいこと： Recently I read a theoretical book called Hilando Fino. In that book the author proposes "communal feminism." Communal feminism takes the community as the starting and ending point, and men and women in relation to the community, not the relation between women and men to each other.
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J (友達): ...Oh yeah, and um... I forgot, um.... I have her reading, I can give it to you later, but um... it was about this woman, she’s indigenous, being indigenous, a woman, and also identifies as lesbian was like an interesting, like, testimonio that I heard, like… her whole, um, writing on like sexuality, and also how... she is involved in her community and how her community perceives it. Yeah it was interesting because she had like triple like oppression or something, so it’s like… That’s like the lowest of the low you can get, but she’s actually really active and… yeah.
A (私): What's her name? Do you know?
J: Um... no... but i have her reading. and ... and it's like under the box of..i forget but i can give it to you, yeah. yeah i can email it to you. but yeah, she was, she was interesting she came to our class, and...
A: Oh, did she?
J: Yeah, yeah, so..
A: Wait, she's not... she's not Julieta Paredes?
J: I think so.
A: Is it?
J: I think so.
A: Because I...
J: She's from South America, was it Chile? or...
A: Yeah, she's from Bolivia.
J: Oh, Bolivia.
A: Yeah. She's indigenous, she's lesbian and she created this...
J: Yeah, yeah...
A: This community,
J: There you go.
A: ...or organization called Mujeres Creando.
J: Yeah, yeah, yeah.
A: And it's now Mujeres Creando Comunidad, and like Asembleas... Asemblease de Mujeres de... I forgot the name, but...yeah.
J: Yeah. Yeah! Exactly. She's awesome. and I was like... I was like... her way of thinking, it's even... I would way even more progressive than what I’ve heard from anglo-saxon feminists. Like, she’s like in order to make our movement stronger, I don't know, it... you can correct me if I'm wrong, but she says that it... it's like we need to involve not just the women but also work with the men as well…?
A: Work with men?
J: Yeah, like.. I don't, I don't know if she says that.
A: Yeah, she, well, the one that I read is not exactly testimonio but it’s like a theory book,
J: Oh yeah yeah yeah...
A: ...theoretical book called Hilando Fino, and um…yeah, she says that…feminism is not, or like, that communal feminism that she’s proposing, is not…like, women…women versus men. like it’s not like relation between men and women, it’s about... community. And it’s about how these two, like, um, oh how did she put it? like… women… and men relating to the community. Like, the community is the starting point. And ending point. Um, and like… yeah, I just read it the other day.
A: Yeah. Um... I did it for Justin's class.
J: Oh really?
A: Yeah, as my extra reading. Yeah, so... that's why, that's how i got to know her and i also saw, um, that she also came to Hampshire?
J: Yeah yeah, she did, she had a performance.
A: Yeah, and uh... so i was like, "Oh, she... she was here"
J: Yeah, it's really awesome! She's... intense.
A: Um-hum. She's cool. She's very radical.
J: Yeah, yeah. she's really really radical. but, but in a good way because she applies feminism to her community, not like tries to fit into that.
A: Yeah, that, there was a section explaining.... like occidental, I mean, western feminism and.... feminismo comunitario? feminismo de comunidad?
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