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The Freewoman (1911)
The Freewoman - Wikipedia
Dora Marsden, the editor, advocated a philosophy of feminism that encouraged the expression of divergent opinions as a means of achieving agency for women. This commitment to dialogic feminism was in opposition to the unified opinions and goals of the suffrage movement. By giving a stage to opposing opinions about education, The Freewoman allows us to see how charged education was, whether as an oppressive mechanism or as a form of resistance. Though publication ran for a little under a year November October , this periodical was a venue for unique ideas on feminist issues, and thus can contribute greatly to our understanding of early twentieth century British feminism. There are no exact figures available regarding its circulation, but it is clear that it had a relatively small readership, assumed to be between one and two thousand Delap
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THE FREEWOMAN: FEMINISM, DIALOGISM AND WOMEN’S EDUCATION
The Freewoman was a feminist weekly review published between 23 November and 10 October , and edited by Dora Marsden and Mary Gawthorpe. Although The Freewoman published articles on women's waged work, housework, motherhood, the suffrage movement , and literature, its notoriety and influence rested on its frank discussions of sexuality, morality, and marriage. The Freewoman urged tolerance for male homosexuality,  advocated for free love , and encouraged women to remain unmarried. The Freewoman' s editorial stance distinguished it from the attitude of suffragists like Millicent Fawcett , who was so disturbed at the journal's approach to sexuality that she supposedly tore the first issue into little pieces. Although its circulation probably never exceeded , it had a significant influence in Modernist circles.
Marsden attempted to persuade the WFL to finance a new feminist journal. When this proposal was refused, Marsden left. She now joined forces with Jardine and Mary Gawthorpe to establish her own journal. Charles Granville, agreed to become the publisher. On 23rd November, , they published the first edition of The Freewoman.
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