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'''Sally Miller Gearhart''' (April 15, 1931 – July 14, 2021) was an American [[feminist]].<ref>https://sallymillergearhart.net/sallys-story/</ref> In 1973, she became the first open [[lesbian]] to obtain a tenure-track faculty position when she was hired by San Francisco State University, where she helped establish one of the first women and gender study programs in the country.<ref>http://giving.uoregon.edu/oregon-outlook/summer-2009/honoring-diversity-and-courage</ref>
 
'''Sally Miller Gearhart''' (April 15, 1931 – July 14, 2021) was an American [[feminist]].<ref>https://sallymillergearhart.net/sallys-story/</ref> In 1973, she became the first open [[lesbian]] to obtain a tenure-track faculty position when she was hired by San Francisco State University, where she helped establish one of the first women and gender study programs in the country.<ref>http://giving.uoregon.edu/oregon-outlook/summer-2009/honoring-diversity-and-courage</ref>
  
Gearhart advocated reducing men to 10% of the human population.
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Gearhart advocated reducing men to 10% of the human population, a position more recently popularised by
  
 
== Quotes ==
 
== Quotes ==

Revision as of 09:39, 20 September 2021

Sally Miller Gearhart (April 15, 1931 – July 14, 2021) was an American feminist.[1] In 1973, she became the first open lesbian to obtain a tenure-track faculty position when she was hired by San Francisco State University, where she helped establish one of the first women and gender study programs in the country.[2]

Gearhart advocated reducing men to 10% of the human population, a position more recently popularised by

Quotes

"The proportion of men must be reduced to and maintained at approximately 10% of the human race." [3]

"The Future – If There Is One – Is Female" (essay title; same source)

References