Ti-Grace Atkinson

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Ti-Grace Atkinson (born November 9, 1938) is an American feminist.

As an undergraduate, Atkinson read Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex, and struck up a correspondence with Beauvoir, who suggested that she contact Betty Friedan. Atkinson became an early member of the National Organization for Women, which Friedan had co-founded, serving on the national board, and becoming the New York chapter president in 1967. Her time with the organization was tumultuous, including a row with the national leadership over her attempts to defend and promote Valerie Solanas and her SCUM Manifesto in the wake of the Andy Warhol shooting.[1][2][3][4]


"The institution of sexual intercourse is anti-feminist." ("Amazon Odyssey" p. 86) [5][6]

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