The collection contains correspondence, typescripts, and other items chiefly documenting Jay's work as a professor of English and as author and coeditor of books on the experiences of lesbians and gay men. The bulk of the collection pertains to her work as a writer and academic and includes some documentation of her activities as a pioneer feminist and lesbian activist with the consciousness raising group Redstockings and the Gay Liberation Front. The correspondence includes letters from many prominent writers and gay and lesbian rights activists, her literary agent, publishers, contributors to her anthologies, and alternative presses, as well as with academic and professional organizations.
Lesbian pulp fiction is a genre of lesbian literature that refers to any midth century paperback novel or pulp magazine with overtly lesbian themes and content. Lesbian pulp fiction was published in the s and 60s by many of the same paperback publishing houses that other genres of fiction including westernsromancesand detective fiction. Stephanie Footefrom the University of Illinois commented on the importance of lesbian pulp novels to the lesbian identity prior to feminism : "Pulps have been understood as signs of a secret history of readers, and they have been valued because they have been read.
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We are evolutionarily designed not to think of the future, hence our brain sucks at making evaluations when similar rewards are presented with a time difference. We tend to choose the one that arrives sooner than later. Ref: Hyperbolic Discounting.
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Violence against women persists, perhaps is even increasing; sado-masochistic representations of heterosexuality are more widespread than ever; increasing numbers of women are impoverished; occupational sex-segregation continues; previous gains, like abortion rights and affirmative action, are under attack. Both pictures are true. What then can we conclude about the future?
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