On the Front Lines of Feminism: Classic Articles, Essays, and Poetic Extravaganzas From the Voice Archives


From “Battling” Bella Abzug writing a guest column about the Equal Rights Amendment to Ellen Willis’s always-cogent essays on all things female and beyond, as well as Vivian Gornick’s deep dives into feminine consciousness and Jill Johnston’s legendary stream-of-the-id poem-speech, the Voice has always provided a forum for feminist theory, joy, outrage, and debate. 

The newsprint may be yellowed, but the ideas and arguments remain timely in this gallery from the Voice archives.