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Lesbian Feminist Circle

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Lesbian Feminist Circle

Lesbian Feminist Circle
First issue of The Circle from December 1973
Publisher Sisters for Homophile Equality
First issue December 1973
Final issue 1986
Based in Wellington, New Zealand
OCLC number 70735762

The Circle was a lesbian journal collectively produced by the Sisters for Homophile Equality (SHE) in Wellington, New Zealand between December 1973 and 1977. The magazine was renamed Lesbian Feminist Circle in 1977, and continued to publish until 1986.[1][2][3]

Circle, which was printed by Herstory Press, the country's first feminist and lesbian press, initially reprinted articles from international lesbian magazines; eventually the magazine's publishing collective began to write and collect historical, political and theoretical material with a New Zealand focus that was of interest to local lesbian feminists.[4]

See also


  1. ^ Laurie, Alison J. (ed), Lesbian Studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Routledge, 2001, ISBN 1-56023-252-8, p XV
  2. ^ Covina, Gina. The Lesbian Reader; an Amazon Quarterly Anthology, Amazon Press, ASIN: B001MD9W7Q, 1975, pp 244-245
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  4. ^ Laurie, Alison J. (ed), Lesbian Studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand, Routledge, 2001, ISBN 1-56023-252-8, p XVI

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