Anarchist Studies Network

A PSA Specialist Group for the Study of Anarchism.

Announcements

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Cornell University, 22/09/12

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2nd ASN Conference: “Making Connections”

Loughborough University, U.K.

3-5 September 2012

Anarchism & Sexuality: Texts from and about the anarchist tradition

Introductory Reading List

Cleminson, Richard (1995). Anarchism, Ideology and Same-Sex Desire. London: Kate Sharpley Library.

Greenway, Judy (1997). "Twenty-first Century Sex." Twenty-first Century Anarchism: Unorthodox Ideas for a New Millennium. Ed. J. Purkis and J. Bowen. London: Cassell. 170-180. http://www.judygreenway.org.uk/21stcenturysex/21stcenturysex.html

Heckert, Jamie (ed) (2010). Special issue of Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society on Anarchism & Sexuality. London: Sage. http://sex.sagepub.com/content/13/4.toc

- - - and R. Cleminson, (eds.) (2011) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. New York/London: Routledge.

Kissack, Terence. (2008). Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States. Edinburgh/Oakland, Ca: AK Press.

Piercy, Marge. (2000 [1976]). Woman on the Edge of Time. London: The Women's Press. <-- Classic anarchist/feminist novel .

Extended Bibliography by Language

Catalan

Díez, Xavier (2001). Utopia sexual a la premsa anarquista de Catalunya: la revista Ética-Iniciales, 1927-1937. Lleida: Pagès Editors. <--in Catalan.

English

Accampo, Elinor A. (1996). "The Rhetoric of Reproduction and the Reconfiguration of Womanhood in the French Birth Control Movement, 1890-1920." Journal of Family History 21.3: 351-371. <--Abstract: "Birth control movements that emerged in Europe and the United States during the last third of the nineteenth century lost their emancipatory and feminist potential in the twentieth century as they succumbed to control by the medical profession, eugenicists, and institutionalized goals of planned parenthood. The neo-Malthusian movement in France, however, retained a radical character and became a focal point for the convergence of libertarian, feminist, and anarchist concerns. By emancipating women from their "biological destiny" and separating sexuality and reproduction, neo-Malthusian rhetoric reconfigured womanhood and established the basis for women's development as full individuals and citizens."

Ackelsberg, Martha (2000). "Mujeres Libres: Identity, Community, Sexuality, and Power." Anarchist Studies 8.2: 99-117. <--Abstract: "This article focuses on the place of sexuality in Spanish anarchist analyses and strategies in the early years of the twentieth century. Sexuality - and, in particular, the construction of women's sexuality - was an important aspect of the cultural critiques written by both male and female anarchists in the 1920s and the 1930s. Nevertheless, with the outbreak of the Civil War in July 1936, and certainly by the time of the official founding of the anarchist women's organisation, Mujeres Libres, one year later, sexuality - especially a focus on liberating women's sexual expression - virtually disappeared as a topic of discussion in Spanish anarchist writings, with the single exception of attention to prostitution. This paper explores the shift away from explicit attention to sexual freedom and the factors that might have accounted for it."

Alexander, Jenny (2010). Book Review: Sheila Rowbotham, Edward Carpenter, A Life of Liberty and Love. Sexualities 13(4):529-530.

Alexander, Jenny (2011). "Alexander Berkman: Sexual Dissidence in the First Wave Anarchist Movement and Its Subsequent Narratives." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

Alier, Joan Martínez, and Eduard Masjuan (2004). "'Conscious Procreation': Neo-malthusianism in Southern Europe and Latin America in around 1900." Documents de Treball (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Unitat d'Història Econòmica) 23. <--A working paper, presented at the International Society for Ecological Economics, Montréal July 11-15, 2004.

Andrews, Stephen Pearl et al (1975). Love, marriage, and divorce, and the sovereignty of the individual: a discussion between Henry James, Horace Greeley and Stephen Pearl Andrews; and a hitherto unpublished manuscript, Love, marriage, and the condition of woman. Weston, MA: M & S Press, 1975.

Arni, Caroline (2004). "Simultaneous Love: An Argument On Love, Modernity and the Feminist Subject at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century." European Review of History: Revue Europeenne d'Histoire 11.2: 185-205.

Barker, M. and Heckert, J. (2011). "Privilege & Oppression, Conflict & Compassion", The Sociological Imagination. Online.

Bauer, J.E. (2005). "On the Nameless Love and Infinite Sexualities: John Henry Mackay, Magnus Hirschfeld and the Origins of the Sexual Emancipation Movement." Journal of Homosexuality 50.1: 1-26.

Berkman, Alexander (2000). "'Passing the Love of Woman.'" Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist. New York: New York Review of Books. 430-440. <--Remarks on phenomena of homosexuality in prison.

Berry, David. "For a Dialectic of Homosexuality and Revolution." http://raforum.info/article.php3?id_article=1913

Blatt, Martin Henry (1989). Free Love and Anarchism: The Biography of Ezra Heywood. Chicago and Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Brinton, Maurice (1974). The Irrational in Politics. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

Brown, Gavin (2011) "Amateurism and Anarchism in the Creation of Autonomous Queer Spaces." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

- - - (2009), “Thinking beyond homonormativity: performative explorations of diverse gay economies,” Environment & Planning A.

- - - (2008), “Urban (homo)sexualities: ordinary cities, ordinary sexualities,” Geography Compass.

- - - (2007), “Mutinous Eruptions: Autonomous Spaces of Radical Queer Activism”, Environment & Planning A, 39 (11): 2685 – 2698.

- - - (2007), “Autonomy, Affinity and Play in the Spaces of Radical Queer Activism” in Browne, K, Lim, J and BROWN, G (eds.), Geographies of Sexualities: Theory, Practices and Politics, Aldershot: Ashgate.

- - - (2008) "Ceramics, clothing and other bodies: affective geographies of homoerotic cruising encounters". Social & Cultural Geography, Vol 9, No. 8

- - - (2004) “Sites of Public (Homo)Sex and the Carnivalesque Spaces of Reclaim the Streets” in Lees, L (ed.) The Emancipatory City? Paradoxes and Possibilities, London: Sage.

Brown, L. Susan (1993). Review of The Sexual Contract by Carole Pateman. Social Anarchism 18: 88-92.

Call, Lewis (2005). Structures of Desire: Erotic Power in the Speculative Fiction of Octavia Butler and Samuel Delany. Rethinking History 9(2/3): 275 – 296.

<-- The novels of Octavia Butler and Samuel Delany provide a compelling critique of socio-economic slavery, but these novels also go beyond critique in order to describe positive, ethical forms of power and slavery. For Butler and Delany, erotic power exchange and consensual slavery stand as vibrant alternatives to the ethically bankrupt forms of non-consensual power. These two authors thus offer us a way to begin healing the wounds which non-consensual slavery has left upon our culture and its philosophy of ethics.

- - - (2011). "Structures of Desire: Postanarchist Kink in the Speculative Fiction of Octavia Butler and Samuel Delany." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

Casey, Simon (2003). Naked Liberty and the World of Desire: Elements of Anarchism in the Work of D.H. Lawrence. New York: Routledge.

Cleminson, Richard (1998). "Anarchism and Feminism." Women's History Review 7.1: 135-138. <--A response to Sharif Gemie's "Anarchism and Feminism: A Historical Survey" (see Gender reading list).

- - - (1995). Anarchism, Ideology and Same-Sex Desire. London: Kate Sharpley Library.

- - - (2000). Anarchism, Science, and Sex: Eugenics in Eastern Spain, 1900-1937. New York: Peter Lang.

- - - (1995). "Beyond Tradition and 'Modernity': The Cultural and Sexual Politics of Spanish Anarchism." Spanish Cultural Studies: An Introduction: The Struggle for Modernity. Ed. Helen Graham and Jo Labanyi. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 116-123.

- - - (1994). "Eugenics by Name or Nature? The Spanish Anarchist Sex Reform of the 1930s." History of European Ideas 18: 729-40.

- - - (1993). "First Steps towards Mass Sex-Economic Therapy? Wilhelm Reich and the Spanish Revolution." Anarchist Studies 1: 25-37.

- - - (2005). "L'anarquista nu: Naked Anarchism or the Dissolution of an Ideology: A Comment on Patrick Paul Garlinger's 'Pleasurable Insurrections.'" Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 82.3: 371-379.

- - - (2004). "Making Sense of the Body: Anarchism, Nudism and Subjective Experience." Bulletin of Spanish studies 81.6: 697-716.

- - - (1995). "Male Inverts and Homosexuals: Sex Discourse in the Anarchist Revista Blanca." Gay Men and the Sexual History of the Political Left. Ed. Gert Hekma et al. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. 259-272.

- - - (1999). "Félix Martí-Ibáñez." Spanish Writers On Gay and Lesbian Themes: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook. Ed. David William Foster. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. 108-111.

- - - (2000). "From the Solitary Vice to 'The Rehabilitation of Onanism': Changing Anarchist Discourses on Masturbation in Spain in the Early Twentieth Century." Anarchist Studies 8.2: 119-132. <--Abstract: " The article examines the treatment of masturbation in Spanish anarchist journals. This moves from prohibitive advice to pedagogical regulation and thence to some re-evaluation of the practice as a 'natural' activity with some positive results. This changing anarchist discourse reflected broader shifts in sexual culture, with assimilation of ideas from sexology, psychiatry, etc. The history of this aspect of both anarchism and sexuality in Spain is useful in considering general issues such as transformation to 'modernity' and conflicts/integration between elite and popular culture."

- - - (2003). "'Science and Sympathy' or 'Sexual Subversion on a Human Basis'? Anarchists in Spain and the World League for Sexual Reform." Journal of the History of Sexuality 12.1: 110-121.

- - - (1997). "Sexuality and the Revolution of Mentalities: Anarchism, Science, and Sex in the Thought of Félix Martí-Ibáñez." Anarchist Studies 5.1:45-58. <--Abstract: "Within Spanish anarchist and anarcho-syndicalist organisations of the 1930s, there were protracted debates on the nature of sexuality, sexual morality and sexology. This article presents translated extracts and summaries of the one of the most eloquent contributors to these debates, Felix Marti Ibanez."

- - - (2010). Book Review: Terence Kissack, Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States, 1895—1917. Sexualities 13(4):531-532.

de Cleyre, Voltairine (1914). "Sex Slavery." Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 342-358.

Cohn, Jesse (2010). "Sex and the anarchist unconscious: A brief history" Sexualities 13(4):413-431. <--Abstract: ‘We need form, not formlessness!’ In Gustav Landauer’s plaintive cry echoes a century-old controversy among the most singular minds of an entire generation of anarchists — Otto Gross, Erich Mühsam, Margarethe Hardegger — over sexuality and the ‘new science’ of psychoanalysis. At stake in the dispute are questions that continue to haunt anarchist thought and practice in the 21st century: What ‘forms’ can and ought libertarian sexual culture take? What constitutes a libertarian politics of marriage and the family? Does psychoanalysis constitute a complement to the anarchist tradition, a crucial supplement to its logic, or a perilous substitute?

Comfort, Alex (1977). Barbarism and Sexual Freedom: Lectures on the Sociology of Sex from the Standpoint of Anarchism. Brooklyn, NY: Haskell House.

- - - , and David Goodway (1994). Against Power and Death: The Anarchist Articles and Pamphlets of Alex Comfort. London: Freedom Press.

Davis, Laurence (2011). "Love and Revolution in Le Guin’s Four Ways to Forgiveness." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

Eckert, Lena (2011) "Postanarchism and the Contrasexual Practices of the Cyborg in Dildotopia or ‘The War on the Phallus’." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

Fähnders, Walter (1995). "Anarchism and Homosexuality in Wilhelmine Germany: Senna Hoy, Erich Mühsam, John Henry Mackay." Journal of Homosexuality 29.2-3: 117-54.

Fahs, Breanne (2010). "Radical refusals: On the anarchist politics of women choosing asexuality". Sexualities 13(4):445-461. <--Abstract: This article examines how women consciously choosing asexuality might inform both radical feminist politics and anarchic concepts of positive and negative liberty. By resituating some of the lesser-known narratives of the 1960s’ and 1970s’ radical feminist movement (e.g. Valerie Solanas’ SCUM Manifesto and Boston’s Cell 16 and No More Fun and Games), asexuality is shown to disrupt key intersections between sexuality and the state, particularly institutions that control reproduction, pleasure, and women’s bodies. Using interview data with Cell 16 members, content analysis of early radical feminist writings, and theoretical and historical analyses of separatism, the piece argues that, by removing themselves from sexuality, women can take a more anarchic stance against the entire institution of sex, thereby working toward more nihilistic, anti-reproduction, anti-family goals that severely disrupt commonly held assumptions about sex, gender, and power.

Falk, Candace S. (1984). Love, Anarchy and Emma Goldman. New York: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston.

Fremeaux, Isa and Jordan, John (2008). Liberating Love. http://pathsthroughutopia.wordpress.com/2008/03/20/liberating-love/

Friedländer, Benedikt (1997 [1907]). "Memoir for the Friends and Contributors of the Scientific-Humanitarian Committee in the Name of the Secession of the Scientific-Humanitarian Committee [excerpt]." We Are Everywhere: A Historical Sourcebook of Gay and Lesbian Politics. Ed. Mark Blasius and Shane Phelan. New York: Routledge. 152-161.

Friedländer, Benedikt (1997 [1908]). "Seven Propositions." We Are Everywhere: A Historical Sourcebook of Gay and Lesbian Politics. Ed. Mark Blasius and Shane Phelan. New York: Routledge. 161-163.

Goaman, Karen and Mo Dodson (2000). "The Misfortunes of Libertinage: Sexual Identities, de Sade and Anarchism." Anarchist Studies 8.2: 145-152. <--Abstract: " This article starts out by focusing on changing attitudes to sexual identity and social change in the last few decades, and moves to a discussion of the writings of the Marquis de Sade (from whose play Oxtiern or the Misfortunes of Libertinage the title of this article is taken). The article relates these writings to the question of 'essentialism' in sexual identity and concludes with a discussion of how these observations impinge on anarchist models of what it is to be human."

Goldman, Emma (1896). "Anarchy and the Sex Question." The Alarm 3: 3.

- - - (1910). "The Hypocrisy of Puritanism." Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Pub. Association. 173-182.

- - - (1998). "Jealousy: Causes and a Possible Cure." Red Emma Speaks: An Emma Goldman Reader. Ed. Alix Kates Shulman. Amherst, NY: Humanity Books. 214–221.

- - - (2001). "Letter to Dr. Hirschfeld." Come Out Fighting: A Century of Essential Writing on Gay and Lesbian Liberation. Ed. Chris Bull. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press/Nation Books. <--This is a 1923 letter to Magnus Hirschfeld, head of the Wissenschaftlich-humanitäres Komitee (Scientific-Humanitarian Committee), a pro-homosexual organization, published in its journal, the Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen (Yearbook for Sexual Intermediate Types); her letter responds to Karl von Levetzow's allegations that Louise Michel was a lesbian.

- - - (2003). "Marriage." Emma Goldman: A Documentary History of the American Years. Ed. Candace Falk, Barry Pateman, and Jessica M. Moran. Berkeley: University of California Press. 269-273. <--Originally published in The Firebrand, July 1897.

- - - (1910). "Marriage and Love." Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Pub. Association. 233-245.

- - - (1910). "The Traffic In Women." Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Pub. Association. 183-200.

- - - (1991). "Sex Education and Children [fragment]." The Emma Goldman Papers: A Microfilm Edition 55. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey Inc.

- - - (1991). "Sexual Instinct and Creativity [fragment]." The Emma Goldman Papers: A Microfilm Edition 54. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey Inc.

- - - (1991). "Sexuality, Motherhood, and Birth Control [fragment]." The Emma Goldman Papers: A Microfilm Edition 54. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey Inc.

- - - (1910). "The Tragedy of Woman's Emancipation." Anarchism and Other Essays. New York: Mother Earth Pub. Association. 219-231.

Goodman, Paul (1979). "Censorship and pornography on the stage." Creator Spirit Come!: The Literary Essays of Paul Goodman. Ed. Taylor Stoehr. New York: E.P. Dutton. 100-110.

- - - (1979). Nature Heals: The Psychological Essays of Paul Goodman. Ed. Taylor Stoehr. New York: E.P. Dutton. <--includes "Eros, or the Drawing of the Bow," a series of essays on Wilhelm Reich (including an exchange with C. Wright Mills and Patricia Salter), "Sex and Ethics," and "The Politics of Being Queer" (the latter also in Crazy Hope and Finite Experience: The Last Essays of Paul Goodman under the title "Being Queer").

- - - (1946). "On Treason Against Natural Societies." Art and Social Nature. New York: Vinco Pub. Co. 11-17. <--probably Goodman's most left-Freudian take on sexuality (aggression = repressed sexual impulses, etc.).

- - - (1964). "Pornography and the Sexual Revolution." Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals. New York: Vintage Books. 49-69. <--Originally in Commentary, 1961; reprinted as "Art, Pornography, and Censorship" in Format and Anxiety: Paul Goodman Critiques the Media, ed. Taylor Stoehr (Brooklyn: Autonomedia, 1995).

- - - (1972). Review of On Being Different: What It Means to Be a Homosexual by Merle Miller. Psychology Today ??: 10.

- - - et al (1971). "Playboy Panel: Homosexuality." Playboy 18.4: 61-63. <--Round table "with Irving Bieber, Richard H. Kuh, Dick Leitsch, Phyllis Lyon, Marya Mannes, Judd Marmor, Ted McIlvenna, Morris Ploscowe, William Simon, Kenneth Tynan" (Tom Nicely).

Greenway, Judy. (2011) "Sexual Anarchy, Anarchophobia, and Dangerous Desires." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

- - - (2009). "Speaking Desire: anarchism and free love as utopian performance in fin de siècle Britain", in Laurence Davis and Ruth Kinna (eds) Anarchism and Utopianism, Manchester University Press, Manchester and New York pp.153-170.

- - - (2003) "'Together We Will Make a New World': Sexual and Political Utopianism." International Institute of Social History. <--online at http://www.iisg.nl/~womhist/greenway.doc .

- - - . (1998) "It’s What You Do With It That Counts: Interpretations of Otto Weininger", in Bland, Lucy and Doan, Laura, (eds.), Sexology in Culture: Labelling Bodies and Desires, Cambridge, Polity, and Chicago, University of Chicago Press, pp.27 - 43

- - -. (1997). "Twenty-first Century Sex." Twenty-first Century Anarchism: Unorthodox Ideas for a New Millennium. Ed. J. Purkis and J. Bowen. London: Cassell. 170-180. http://www.judygreenway.org.uk/21stcenturysex/21stcenturysex.html

Haaland, Bonnie. (1993) Emma Goldman: Sexuality and the Impurity of the State. Montréal: Black Rose Books.

Heckert, J., Shannon, D. and Willis, A. (2012) "Loving-Teaching: Notes for Queering Anarchist Pedagogies" Educational Studies 48(1):12-29.

Heckert, J. and Cleminson, R.(eds.) (2011) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. New York/London: Routledge.

- - - . (2011) "Ethics, Relationships & Power: An Introduction". In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

Heckert, J. (2013) "Erotic Anarchy". In R. Graham (ed.) Anarchism: A Documentary History Of Libertarian Ideas, Volume Three: The Anarchist Current (1974-2007). Montréal: Black Rose Books.

- - - . (2011). "Sexuality as State-form". In D. Rousselle and S. Evren (eds.) Postanarchism: A Reader. Ann Arbor/London: Pluto Press.

- - - . (2011) "Fantasies of an Anarchist Sex Educator". In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

- - - . (2011) "On Anarchism: An Interview with Judith Butler". In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

- - - .(ed)(2010) Special issue of Sexualities: Studies in Culture and Society on Anarchism & Sexuality. London: Sage.

- - - (2010) "Relating Differently.” Sexualities 13(4):403-411.

- - - (2010) Book Review: Joanne E. Passet, Sex Radicals and the Quest for Women’s Equality. Sexualities 13(4):532-534.

- - - (2010) "Intimacy with Strangers/Intimacy with Self: Queer Experiences of Social Research". In K. Browne and C. Nash (eds.) Queering Methods and Methodologies: Queer Theory and Social Science Research. Farnham: Ashgate.

- - - (2010). "Love without Borders? Intimacy, Identity and the State of Compulsory Monogamy." In M. Barker, D. Langdridge (eds.) Understanding Non-Monogamies, New York: Routledge.

- - - (2009). “Queerly erotic: an open love letter to Ursula Le Guin” Fifth Estate 45(1).

- - - (2005) Resisting Orientation: On in the complexities of desire and the limits of identity politics]. Self-published PhD thesis University of Edinburgh. Available online. See sexualorientation [dot] info.

- - - (2004). "Sexuality/Identity/Politics." Changing Anarchism: Anarchist Theory and Practice in a Global Age. Manchester: Manchester University Press. 101-116.

- - - (2003) "Towards Consenting Relations: Anarchism and Sexuality." International Institute of Social History.

- - - (2002). "Maintaining the Borders: Identity & Politics." Green Pepper Autumn 2002. <--Romanian Translation: "mentinerea granitelor: identitate si politica" (2004). French translation: "Le maintien des frontières: identité et politique" (2006). Finish translation: “Poliittinen identiteetti rajojen ylläpitäjänä,” Väärinajattelija no. 3 (2009).

Heider, Ulrike (2000). "The German Student Movement and Sexual Revolution." Anarchist Studies 8.2: 133-143. <--Abstract: "The article charts the progress of the anti-authoritarian protest of the late 1960s in Germany, with a view to understanding why it is still regarded as dangerous by the middle class. The movement initially fused the goals of political and individual liberation to an unusual degree, through the demands of the post-Nazi generation to uncover the secrets of history and sex. Emerging splits between ideologies of political and personal liberation led to the protest movements being condemned for breeding misogyny, pornography and violence."

Heller, Chaia (1999). Ecology of Everyday Life: Rethinking the Desire for Nature. Montréal: Black Rose Books, p82.

Helms, Bob (2004). "Hakim Bey: His Pedophile Bibliography." Portland Independent Media Center. http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2004/12/306871.shtml . <--A follow-up to "Leaving Out the Ugly Part," below.

- - - (2004). "Leaving Out the Ugly Part." http://libcom.org/library/leaving-out-ugly-part-hakim-bey . <--"An exposé [of] Hakim Bey, aka Peter Lamborn Wilson's paedophilia. A fact which many commentators conveniently brush under the carpet." Attacks Bey/Wilson's sexual politics as grossly inconsistent with anarchist ethics.

Heywood, Ezra H. (1876). Cupid's Yokes; or, The Binding Forces of Conjugal Life. An Essay to Consider Some Moral and Physiological Phases of Love and Marriage, Wherein Is Asserted the Natural Right and Necessity of Sexual Self-Government. Princeton, MA: Co-operative Pub. Co.

- - - (1883). Social Ethics: An Essay to Show That Since the Right of Private Judgement Must Be Respected in Morals, as Well as in Religion, Free Rum, the Conceded Right of Choice in Beverages and Required Power to Decline Intoxicants, Promotes Rational Sobriety and Assures Temperance. Princeton, MA: Co-operative Pub. Co.

Hewitt, Andrew (1996). Political Inversions: Homosexuality, Fascism, & the Modernist Imaginary. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. <--chapter 4 is on John Henry Mackay's individualist-anarchist sexual politics. Also interesting commentary on "the construction of homo-fascism" as an idée fixe of the Marxist and Freudo-Marxian left.

Highleyman, Liz (1997). "Playing with Paradox: the Ethics of Erotic Dominance and Submission." Bitch Goddess. Ed. P. Califia and D. Campbell. San Fransisco: Greenery Press.

- - - (?) "A John of All Trade." Lavender: Minnesota's GLBT Magazine. <--Essay on John Henry Mackay and gay liberation.

Homocult (1992). Queer with Class: The First Book of Homocult. Manchester, MS ED (The Talking Lesbian) Promotions.

Itsue, Takamure (2005). "A Vision of Anarchist Love." Trans. Yasuko Sato. Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas. Vol. 1, From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939). Ed. Robert Graham. Montréal: Black Rose Books. 383-389.

Jeppesen, Sandra. (2004) "Seeing Past the Outpost of Post-Anarchism. Anarchy: Axiomatic" http://www.anarchist-studies.org/article/articleview/55/1/1

- - - . (2010) "Queer anarchist autonomous zones and publics: Direct action vomiting against homonormative consumerism" Sexualities 13(4): 463-478. <--Abstract: Global anarchist movements and queer politics are integrating in mutually informing ways. The characteristics of this synthesis include liberatory theories and practices of embodied genders and sexualities in private and public, direct actions to visibilize and extend queer publics, and queer intersections with capitalism, the environment, race, disability, public space, private property and citizenship, among others. This article will critically analyze three cases of anti-consumerist vomiting, including an erotic performance, a punk zine, and a Pink Panthers direct action, to investigate the politics of queer anarchist autonomous publics that extend the anti-homophobic and antiheteronormative politics of queer counterpublics toward challenging homonormativity through intersectional anti-oppression and liberatory value-practices.

- - - and Nazar, Holly. (2012) "Genders and Sexualities in Anarchist Movements." In R. Kinna (eds). The Continuum Companion to Anarchism. London/New York: Continuum. Kolářová, Marta (2011). "Sexuality Issues in the Czech Anarchist Movement." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. Abingdon/New York: Routledge.

Kissack, Terence. (2008). Free Comrades: Anarchism and Homosexuality in the United States. Edinburgh/Oakland, Ca: AK Press.

Kennedy, Hubert (1983). ''Anarchist of Love: The Secret Life of John Henry Mackay''. New York: Mackay Society. <--"Short biography of John Henry Mackay -- available on-line as a pdf file . . . Mackay is of interest for your bibliog.'s purpose as an ephebophile; as the author of writings on ephebophilia, including a novel about early 20th-c. Berlin boy-bars, Der Puppenjunge (1926; translated into English as The Hustler); and as a major popularizer of Stirner" (Michael Moon). See also Fähnders and Bauer, above.

Kornegger, Peggy (2005 [1977]). "What Is a Lesbian?" Public Women, Public Words, Volume III: 1960 to the Present. Ed. Dawn Keetley and John Pettegrew. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 119.

Lareva, Carmen (2005). "Free Love." Trans. Paul Sharkey. Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas. Vol. 1, From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939). Ed. Robert Graham. Montréal: Black Rose Books. 242-246. <--Originally published in La Voz de la Mujer, 1896.

- - - (1999). "Sexual Revolution and Anarchism: Erich Mühsam." Max Weber and the Culture of Anarchy. Ed. Sam Whimster. New York: St. Martin's Press. 129-143.

Manfredonia, Gaetano, and Francis Ronsin. "E. Armand and 'La Camaraderie Amoureuse': Revolutionary Sexualism and the Struggle Against Jealousy." Free Love and the Labour Movement. IISH Research Papers 40. Amsterdam: IISG.

Marso, Lori Jo (2003). "A Feminist Search for Love: Emma Goldman on the Politics of Marriage, Love, Sexuality and the Feminine." Feminist Theory 4.3: 305-320. <--Abstract: "This article explores the life and work of Emma Goldman to formulate a radical critique of intimacy. Goldman’s theory of sexual freedom and revolutionary love offers a feminist vision that challenges contemporary debates concerning uses of the language of feminine desire. Goldman appealed to ideals of feminine instinct and feminine desire in order to challenge the conventional meanings attached to femininity in her day. Her views on marriage, love, sexuality and the feminine are analysed alongside her writings on her own personal experience, in order to illuminate the continuing paradoxes feminists face in regard to definitions and experiences of femininity."

McLaren, Angus (2000). "Reproduction and Revolution: Paul Robin and Neo-Malthusianism in France." Malthus, Medicine, & Morality: "Malthusianism" After 1798. Ed. Brian Dolan. Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi. 165-188.

- - - (1976). "Sex and Socialism: The Opposition of the French Left to Birth Control in the Nineteenth Century." Journal of the History of Ideas 37.3: 475-492.

Moon, Michael (2006). "Solitude, Singularity, Seriality: Whitman vis-a-vis Fourier." ELH 73.2: 303-323.

Moya, José (2002). "Italians in Buenos Aires' Anarchist Movement: Gender, Ideology and Women's Participation, 1890-1910." Women, Gender and Transnational Lives: Italian Workers of the World. Ed. D. Gabaccia and F. Iacovetta. Toronto: University of Toronto.

Nicholas, Lucy (2009). "A Radical Queer Utopian Future: A Reciprocal Relation Beyond Sexual Difference" thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory & culture 8(2). www

- - - (2007). "Approaches to Gender, Power and Authority in Contemporary Anarcho-punk: Poststructuralist Anarchism?" eSharp 9. www <--This paper is concerned with the gender politics of the contemporary international anarchist punk scene which seemingly extends the punk 'DIY' ethic to gender. This extension results in politics that seek to deconstruct gender as a site of authority and reconstruct it in autonomous non-hierarchical terms. Contemporary anarcho-punk and hardcore politics often engage with gender politics in a way that demonstrates congruence between understandings of power and authority in poststructuralist accounts of gender and the anti-authoritarian or autonomous politics of this anarchism. The congruence is reflected in the domains considered to be 'political', in the way the term 'power' is understood, as well as in the modes of political action and 'resistance' considered effective. I suggest that DIY anarcho-punk shares with poststructuralism a productive notion of power, specifically in terms of gender, that resonates with the Butlerian notion of gender as a process or performative. Further, I explain that intervention is undertaken at discursive levels, resonating with poststructuralist assertions of the discursive productivity of power.

Nelles, Dieter (2001). "Anarchosyndicalism and the Sexual Reform Movement in the Weimar Republic." Free Love and the Labour Movement. IISH Research Papers 40. Amsterdam: IISG. ??-??. <--PDF online at http://www.iisg.nl/~womhist/nelleseng.pdf .

Noys, Benjamin (2008). ‘The End of the Monarchy of Sex’ Sexuality and Contemporary Nihilism. Theory, Culture & Society 25(5): 104–122.

<-- The hegemonic form of contemporary queer theory is dependent on a model of desire as autonomous and deregulated, derived from post-’68 French theory and particularly the work of Michel Foucault. Such a model is at risk of finding itself in congruence with a deregulated post-Fordist capitalism that recuperates supposedly dissident sexual identities. This article returns to the work of Foucault to identify a largely unacknowledged tendency in his work that contests the valorization of sexuality and calls for an ‘end of the monarchy of sex’. This possibility is linked to Foucault’s controversial exploration of the concept of ‘spiritual politics’ through his engagement with the Iranian revolution. Rather than regarding this as a regression into a reactionary religiosity, I argue that it forms an inquiry into new political possibilities of revolt. These possibilities contest what Alain Badiou has identified as the nihilism of contemporary capitalism, in which desire and sexuality are deployed to constrain the political imagination to a limited bodily ‘materialism’. Drawing on the work of the later Foucault, it becomes possible to develop this new politics around asceticism, which is not so much withdrawal from the world but the refusal of the mediations of identity through sexuality and the body.

Passet, Joanne Ellen (2003). Sex Radicals and the Quest for Women's Equality. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. <--lots on anarchism in the U.S. . . .

Piercy, Marge. (2000 [1976]). Woman on the Edge of Time. London: The Women's Press. <-- Classic anarchist/feminist utopian/dystopian novel .

Poldervaart, S. (2003) 'Utopianism and sexual politics in Dutch social movements (1830-2003)' Past and Present of Radical Sexual Politics, Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam.

Portwood-Stacer, Laura (2010) "Constructing anarchist sexuality: Queer identity, culture, and politics in the anarchist movement" Sexualities 13(4):479-493. <--Abstract: This article explores the articulation of queer sexuality with anarchist identity. Drawing on interviews and participant observation in the contemporary North American anarchist movement, I show that queer critique is typical among self-identified anarchists. Anarchist movement culture serves as a medium for the circulation of discourses around sexuality and anarchist identity, as well as supports individuals in their own queer practices of resistance against dominant sexual norms. However, subcultural investments in notions of authenticity may serve to detract from the political potential to be found within anarchist culture. This article ultimately concludes that the strong movement culture and its investment in authentic identity can prove useful for anarchist political projects, but that ‘anarchonormativity’ must be wielded strategically, taking into account its many potential effects.

"Revolutionary Portraits: Senna Hoy" (2003). Organise! 60: 28. <--Senna Hoy (a.k.a. Johannes Holzmann), a German-Jewish anarchist, was an energetic advocate for homosexual rights. See above.

Rambukkana, Nathan (2007). "Is Slash an Alternative Medium? “Queer” Heterotopias and the Role of Autonomous Media Spaces in Radical World Building". Affinities: A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action 1(1) http://www.affinitiesjournal.org/index.php/affinities/article/view/8/42 [HTML] or http://www.affinitiesjournal.org/index.php/affinities/article/view/8/28 [PDF]

Robson, Ruthann (1988). Review of Intercourse by Andrea Dworkin and Sex, Power and Pleasure by Mariana Valverde. Social Anarchism 13: 51-56.

Roseneil, Sasha. (2000) Common Women, Uncommon Practices: The Queer Feminisms of Greenham. London, Cassell. <--Examines anarchist, feminist and other inspirations for women's peace camp at Greenham Common and the sexual/ity politics of the camp. Written by someone who was there.

Rudiger, Helmut (2005). "Wilhelm Reich and the Mass Psychology of Fascism." Trans. Richard Cleminson. Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas. Vol. 1, From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939). Ed. Robert Graham. Montréal: Black Rose Books. 444-448. <--Note: the original article was signed only "H.R." The attribution to Helmut Rudiger is hypothetical, though likely.

Shepard, Benjamin (2010). "Bridging the divide between queer theory and anarchism" Sexualities 13(4):511-527. <--Abstract: Much of the struggle for a queer public commons involves tactics and philosophical understandings embraced by anarchists and queers alike. A few of these overlapping positions include: an embrace of the insurrectionary possibilities of pleasure; a rejection of social controls and formal hierarchies in favor of mutual aid networks and DIY community building; the use of direct action; and a culture of resistance. The interconnections between these movements are often under-theorized and under-valued. Yet, rather than build on these linkages, much of today’s queer theory finds itself facing a divide separating theory from practice. This article explores this divide in relation to historically-informed examples of current queer activist practices in which queers and anarchists share common cause. The examples highlight the links between anarchism and efforts aimed at reproductive health and sexual self-determination, public assembly, and battles against social prohibitions and vice squads. The article concludes with a call for a mutual engagement between queer activism and anarchism.

Sears, James T (2006). Behind the Mask of the Mattachine: The Hal Call Chronicles and the Early Movement for Homosexual Emancipation. Binghamton, NY: Haworth. <--connects the Mattachine Society, via Hal Call, to the German homosexual movement of the early 20th century, and thereby to a number of anarchist protagonists, including Benedikt Friedländer . . .

Shannon, Deric and Willis, Abbey (2010). "Theoretical polyamory: Some thoughts on loving, thinking, and queering anarchism." Sexualities 13(4):433-443. <--Abstract: This article argues that queering anarchism means complexifying it. Concretely, we propose that we can apply some of the ways that we (might) love to the ways that we think about political theory. Thus, we build the metaphor of ‘theoretical polyamory’ to suggest that having multiple partners (or political theories) is a way of constructing more holistic and nuanced movements than might be implied by solely relying on anarchism for the answers to the complex questions surrounding the political project of undoing all forms of structured and institutionalized domination, coercion, and control.

Shively, Charles (1979). Review of Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality Vol. 1, an Introduction. Black Rose 2 Summer. <-- http://raforum.info/spip.php?article4021

Shukaitis, Stevphen (2011) "Nobody Knows What an Insurgent Body Can Do: Questions for Affective Resistance." In J. Heckert and R. Cleminson (eds.) Anarchism & Sexuality: Ethics, Relationships and Power. London/New York: Routledge.

Sonn, Richard (2005). "'Your body is yours': Anarchism, Birth Control, and Eugenics in Interwar France." Journal of the History of Sexuality 14.4: 415-432.

Starhawk (1993) The Fifth Sacred Thing. New York: Bantam. <-- anarchist/feminist/pagan utopian fantasy novel

- - - . (1982) Dreaming the Dark: Magic, Sex and Politics. Boston: Beacon Press.

Stansell, Christine (2000). American Moderns: Bohemian New York and the Creation of a New Century. New York: Metropolitan Books. <--In addition to the fourth chapter, "Emma Goldman and the Modern Public," the eighth, "Talking About Sex," makes a provocative analysis of the fraught "'fuck' talk" between Emma Goldman, Ben Reitman, Hutchins Hapgood, and Almeda Sperry (the latter a prostitute fallen in love with Goldman) and the "paradoxical effects" of this frankness.

Teixeira, Rob (2007). 'Moral proscriptions harm our children.' Xtra October 12. Online at http://www.xtra.ca/public/viewstory.aspx?AFF_TYPE=1&STORY_ID=3743&PUB_TEMPLATE_ID=2

Van den Berg, Hubert (1996). "'Free Love' in Imperial Germany: Anarchism and Patriarchy 1870-1918." Anarchist Studies 4.1: 3-26. <--See responses by John Crump and Patricia Clark in Anarchist Studies 5.1 (1997): 59-65.

Van den Berg, Hubert (1992). "German Anarchism and 'Free Love': Between the Dissolution of Bourgeois Sexual and Marital Morals and the Safeguarding of Patriarchal-Capitalist Control." Sexual Cultures in Europe. June 24th to 26th 1992. Papers group B: Rules of Sexual Behaviour. Ed. Forum on Sexuality. Amsterdam: FOS. 361-74.

Vanelslander, B. (2007). Long live temporariness: Two queer examples of autonomous spaces. Affinities:A Journal of Radical Theory, Culture, and Action 1(1). http://www.affinitiesjournal.org/index.php/affinities/article/view/3/41 [HTML] or http://www.affinitiesjournal.org/index.php/affinities/article/view/3/22 [PDF]

Walker, William F. (1988). "The Roundhouse Co-op: A Possible Alternative to the Nuclear Family, Communal Family, and 'Free Association' Formats." Social Anarchism 13: 39-45.

Wilson, Robert Anton (1962). "Sexual Freedom: Why It Is Feared." Mattachine Review ??.??: ??-??. <--Reprinted in We Are Everywhere: A Historical Sourcebook of Gay and Lesbian Politics, ed. Mark Blasius and Shane Phelan (New York: Routledge, 1997), 299-302.

Windpassinger, Gwendolyn (2010) "Queering anarchism in post-2001 Buenos Aires." Sexualities 13(4):495-509. <--Abstract: This article deals with the emerging field of queer anarchism, with a particular focus on the characteristics of this emerging paradigm in Buenos Aires. It draws on recent theoretical connections between queer theory and anarchism in the work of Gavin Brown, Richard Cleminson and Jamie Heckert, as well as in the work of a queer anarchist group in Buenos Aires called Proyectil Fetal. Set in the context of its historical precedents in anarcha-feminism, Proyectil Fetal’s paradigm is illustrated with a variety of examples from their online publications, whilst also considering some of the critical reactions to their articles.

French Language

Albert, Charles (1899). L'amour libre. Paris: P.-V. Stock. <--apparently was on James Joyce's bookshelf . . .

Armand, Émile [Ernest-Lucien Juin] (1934). "Amour en liberté. Camaraderie amoureuse." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 53-55.

- - - (1925). Amour libre et liberté sexuelle. Paris: Groupe de Propagande par la Brochure.

- - - (1934). "Chasteté." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 327-328.

- - - (1934). "Cohabitation." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 360

- - - (1907). De la liberté sexuelle. Billancourt: L'"Ere Nouvelle".

- - - (1930). Entretien sur la liberté de l'amour. Orléans, France: Éditions de l'en dehors.

- - - (1934). "Inversion sexuelle." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1072-1074. <--I.e., homosexuality (note the now-antiquated terminology).

- - - (1934). "Jalousie sexuelle." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1086-1089.

- - - (1934). "Libertins." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1259.

- - - (1934). "Malthusianisme, néo-malthusianisme." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1395-1396.

- - - (1910). Le Malthusianisme, le néo-malthusianisme et le point de vue individualiste. ??

- - - (1934). "Mariage." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1417-1418.

- - - (1934). "Naturisme individualiste (le)." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1781-1784.

- - - (1931). Le naturisme individualiste. Orléans: l'En dehors.

- - - (1934). "Le nudisme révolutionnaire." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1811-1812.

- - - (1932). "El Nudismo." Iniciales 6: 5–6.

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- - - (1934). "Prostitution." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2206-2212.

- - - (1910). La procréation volontaire au point de vue individualiste. Paris: Editions de "l'Anarchie."

- - - (1934). "Pudeur." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2243-2244.

- - - (1933). La revolution sexuelle et la camaraderie amoureuse. Paris: "Critique et raison." <--translated into Spanish by Urbano Carrasco as Sexualismo revolucionario (Valencia: Ediciones Mañana, 1932).

- - - (1934). "Sexualisme." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2572-2574.

- - - (1934). "Symbolisme sexuel." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2697-2702. <--On the psychoanalytic theory of fetishism.

- - - , and Hugo Treni (1934). "Utopistes (les) (et la question sexuelle)." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2831-2836.

- - - , Véra Livinska, and C. de Saint-Hélène (1930). La Camaraderie amoureuse ou Chiennerie sexuelle: réponse à une enquête sur la révision de la morale sexuelle. Paris, Orléans: En dehors.

Barbedette, L. (1934). "Jalousie." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1085-1086.

Barrué, Jean (1974). "La sexualité dans le passé." La Rue 17: ??-??.

Bontemps, Charles-Auguste (1956). La femme et la sexualité. Paris: Cahiers Francs.

Déjacque, Joseph (1857). "De l'être-humain mâle et femelle: Lettre à P.J. Proudhon." <--A letter to Proudhon, upbraiding him for his misogyny and sexual prudery, which he sees as thoroughly incompatible with Proudhon's own anarchist principles. Partially translated by Paul Sharkey as "On Being Human" in Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas. Vol. 1, From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939), ed. Robert Graham (Montréal: Black Rose Books), 68-71.

- - - (1899). ''L'Humanisphère''. Bruxelles: Bibliothèque des "Temps Nouveaux." <--A notable anarchist addition to the "loving utopias": "Men and women make love when they like it, as they like, with whom they like. Full and total freedom on both sides. No convention or legal contract binds them. Attraction is the only chain, pleasure their only rule."

Devaldès, Manuel (1934). "Maternité (consciente)." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1470-1472.

Estève, Louis (1933). Amours nudistes. ??: Éd. du Scel vert. <--Illustrated by Joseph Hémard.

- - - (1933). Elagabal ou un Lénine de l’androgynat. Orléans: Éd. de l’En-dehors.

Fourier, Charles (1999). Le nouveau monde amoureux. Ed. Simone Debout-Oleszkiewicz. Paris: Stock. <--Fourier predates the emergence of an anarchist movement per se, but his work exercised important influences over later anarchist conceptions of "new worlds of love."

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Granier, Caroline (2006). "L'amour libre dans les textes de fictions des écrivains anarchistes de la fin du 19e siècle (en France)." Ressources sur l'utopie, sur les utopies libertaires et les utopies anarchistes. Académie de Besançon.

Guérin, Daniel (1958). "André Gide et l'amour." Arcadie 49:??-??. [Offprint in BN -- catalogue note: "On a joint une protestation de l’auteur contre une coupure faite à l'un de ses articles par la revue Perspectives socialistes."]

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- - - (1964). "L'explosion." Arcadie 125:??-??.

- - - (1957). "France-Observateur devant la problème de l’homosexualité." ??

- - - (1973). "Gaugin et les jeunes Maoris." Arcadie ??:??-??.

- - - (1983). Homosexualité et révolution. Les Cahiers du Vent du ch'min, 4. Saint-Denis: Vent du ch'min.

- - - (1969). Interview with Francis Bott. Le Monde ??:??-??.

- - - (1980). Interview with Gilles Barbedette. Gai Pied ??:??-??.

- - - (1955). Kinsey et la sexualité. Paris: Julliard.

- - - (1958). "L’homosexuel dans la société." Cercle ouvert 12: 4-6.

- - - (1983) "Libertaires et gais." Gai-Pied hebdo 52:15.

- - - (1983). "Masochisme et homosexualité." Gai-Pied ??:??-??.

- - - (1956). "Le message de délivrance de Kinsey." France-Observateur ??:??-??.

- - - (1977). "Le Mouvement ouvrier et l’homosexualité." Interview. L’Etincelle 39:??-??. <--collected in Gérard Bach, Homosexualités: Expression/Répression (Paris: Éditions Le Sycomore, 1982), 99-102.

- - - (1967) "Le Nouveau monde amoureux de Fourier." [Part 1] Arcadie 168:554-560.

- - - (1968) "Le Nouveau monde amoureux de Fourier." [Part 2] Arcadie 169:16-23.

- - - (1971). "Par amour des garçons (Vers anciens)." Arcadie 215:??-??.

- - - (1978). "Plutarque et l’amour des garçons." Dialogues homophiles 2.

- - - (1969). "Pour la révolution sexuelle nippone." Arcadie 191:502-503.

- - - (1974). "Pour le droit d’aimer un mineur." Marge 4:??-??.

- - - (1975). Preface to Charles Fourier, Vers la liberté en amour. Paris: Gallimard.

- - - (1969). "Le premier facteur de déséquilibre pour l’homosexuel est l’opprobre social." Interview with Pierre Hahn. Plexus 26:123-4

- - - (1965). "Proudhon et l'amour 'unisexuel.'" Arcadie 133 and 134:??-??.

- - - (1999). ''Proudhon, un refoulé sexuel''. Éditions Turbulentes. <--"Proudhon, A Sexual Reactionary." Guérin diagnoses Proudhon as a repressed homosexual. Online at http://infokiosques.net/spip.php?article=354 .

- - - (1957). "La Répression de l’homosexualité et de la prostitution en Angleterre." La Nef 11:??-??.

- - - (1958). "La Répression de l’homosexualité en France." La Nef ??:??-??.

- - - (1959). Shakespeare et Gide en correctionnelle? Essai. Paris: Ed. du Scorpion. <--collecting "L'amour dans les sonnets de Shakespeare," "André Gide et l’amour," "Le drame de l’homosexualité," "La répression de l’homosexualité et de la prostitution en Angleterre," "La répression de l’homosexualité en France," "Hommage à Kinsey," and "Hommage à Wilhelm Reich."

- - - (1957). "Statistiques et sexualité. Encore Kinsey." France observateur. ??:??-??.

- - - (1980). "Sur le racisme anti-homosexuel." Masques 6: 49-52.

- - - (1977). "Un débat sur l'homosexualité toujours méprisée." Le Monde ??:??-??.

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Humbert, Eugène (1934). "Sexologie." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2571-2572.

Ixigrec (1934). "Sensualisme." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2566-2567.

Lacaze Duthiers, Gérard de (1934). "Sexuelle (morale)." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2574-2577.

Mac Say, Stephen (1934). "Familistère." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 763-779. <--A "Familistère" is, roughly, a Fourierian dwelling.

Marestan, Jean [a.k.a. Gaston Havard] (1934). "Adultère." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 22-23.

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- - - (1936). L'Emancipation sexuelle en U.R.S.S.; impressions de voyage et documents. Paris: G. Mignole & Storz.

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- - - (1927). Le mariage, le divorce, et l'union libre. Paris: Groupe de propagande par la brochure.

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Melgar, Floréal (1974). "La sexualité et les classes sociales." La Rue 17: ??-??.

Menneret, Dr. Y. (1939). L’Education sexuelle chez l'enfant (conseils aux parents). Paris: Imp. L’Emancipatrice.

Mirbeau, Octave (1989). ''Dans le ciel.'' Caen: L'Echoppe. <--Wikipedia: "First published in serialized installments in L’Écho de Paris between September 1892 and May 1893, Dans le ciel, assembled and edited by Pierre Michel and Jean-François Nivet, first appeared its present form in 1989." By some accounts misogynistic; by other accounts, a critique of the family: "Society has found nothing better to legitimize its thefts, to consecrate its supreme power, and above all, to keep man in a state of complete idiocy and complete servitude, than to establish this admirable mechanism of Government: the family" (ch. 8).

Pastouriaux, Anna (1973). "Quelle éducation sexuelle?" ''La Rue'' 15: 40-46.

Pelletier, Madeleine (1923). L'Amour et la maternité. Paris: Groupe de propagande par la broch.

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- - - (1934). "Prostitution." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2102-2213.

- - - (1934). "Stérilité." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2566

Pierrot, M. (1934). "Mariage." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1413-1417.

- - - (1934). "Prostitution." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 2213-2219.

Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph (1858). De la justice dans la révolution et dans l'église; nouveaux principes de philosophie pratique adressés à son éminence Monseigneur Mathieu, cardinal-archevêque de Besançon. Paris: Garnier Frères. <--See especially tômes II and IV for Proudhon's morbid fear of female sexuality (and women in general, and sex in general). See Guérin, Proudhon, un refoulé sexuel (above) for an interesting interpretation of this aspect of Proudhon's thought.

- - - (1875). La pornocratie; ou, Les femmes dans les temps modernes. Paris: A. Lacroix et cie. <--Proudhon at what is probably his worst: a long, fairly incoherent rant against the supposedly destructive sexuality of modern women, against gender equality, etc. Again, see Guérin, Proudhon, un refoulé sexuel (above).

Reclus, Élie (1907). Le Mariage tel qu'il fut et tel qu'il est, avec une allocution d'Elisée Reclus. Mons: Éd. de la Société nouvelle. <--1924 reprint available here in PDF format.

Relgis, Eugen (1949). Las aberraciones sexuales en la Alemania nazi. [Followed by Camilo Berneri, "El delirio racista."] Toulouse: Ediciones Universo. <--Appears to be an instance of the post-WWII leftist discourse of the fascist as homosexual, as discussed by Andrew Hewitt (see above).

Rieselfeld, Martine. "Amour libre . . . jusqu'où?" http://membres.lycos.fr/endehors/page37.html <--("Free Love . . . Up To What Point?") A reply to Cathy Ytak's "L'Amour libre" (see below).

Robertson-Proschowsky, Dr. A. (1923). "L'homosexualité relativement à la société." L'En-dehors 19/20: ??-??. <--The author is described in a biographical listing in the Journal of Social Hygiene (1919) as "one of the pioneers in the fight against the regulation of prostitution in Europe"!

Robin, Paul (1896). Dégénérescence de l'espèce humaine: causes et remèdes. Paris: P. V. Stock. <--Translated as Degeneración de la especie humana by L. Cabós (Barcelona: Salud y Fuerza, 1909).

- - - (1900). Libre amour, libre maternité. Paris: Éditions de l'Humanité Nouvelle. <--Trans into German as Freie Liebe! Freie Mutterschaft! (Berlin: Liga für Rassenverbesserung, 1909) and into Italian as Libero amore, libera maternità (Firenze: "Il Pensiero," 1913).

- - - (1905). Malthus et les néo-malthusiens. Paris : Librairie de Régénération.

- - - (1905). Contre la nature. Paris : Librairie de Régénération.

- - - (1905). ''Le néo-malthusianisme. - La vrai morale sexuelle. - Le choix des procréateurs. - La graine. - Prochaine humanité''. Paris: Librairie de Régénération.

- - - (1907). Pain, loisir, amour. Paris: Régénération.

- - - (1905). Pamphlets on Malthusianism. Paris: Régénération.

- - - (1902). Population et prudence procréatrice. Paris: Humbert.

- - - (1902). Prochaine humanité. Paris: Humbert.

- - - (1905). Propos d'une "fille". Recueillis. Paris: Librairie de Régénération.

- - - and M. [Émile] le Javal (1897). Contre et pour le néo-malthusianisme. Paris: P.-V. Stock.

- - - and M. [Émile] le Javal (1905). Controverse sur le néo-malthusianisme. Communication de E. Javal. Réponse de P. Robin. Contributions à l'enquête ouverte sur ce sujet par l'Action. Paris: "Régénération."

Roche, Marius (1929). L'Education sexuelle et la procréation consciente. Herblay: Éd. de L'Idée libre.

Rollin, Jean (1974). "Le Spectacle érotique." La Rue 17: ??.

Ronsin, Francis (1980). La Grève des ventres: Propagande néo-malthusienne et baisse de la natalité en France, XIXe-XXe siècles. Paris: Aubier-Montaigne.

Rothen, Edouard [a.k.a. Charles Hotz] (1934). "Naturisme." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1777-1781.

Ryner, Han (1927). L'Amour plural, roman d'aujourd'hui et de demain. Paris: Radot.

- - - (1927). L'aventurier d'amour. Paris: Editeurs associés.

- - - , Jean Marestan, Émile Armand, and Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers (1934). "Amour" Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. ??-??.

Tacussel, Patrick (2000). Charles Fourier: Le Jeu des passions. Paris: Desclée de Brouwer.

Travelet, Françoise (1974). "Ton corps est à toi, le sais-tu ?" La Rue 17: ??-??.

Union des Travailleurs Communistes Libertaires (1980). Le droit à la caresse: les homosexualites et le combat homosexuel. Paris: Union des travailleurs communistes libertaires.

Vernet, Madeleine (1919). "Le Mensonge social et la maternité." La Mère éducatrice ??.??: ??-??.

- - - (1906). La paternité. Poligny: Jacquin.

- - - (????). "La Science qui tue." La Mère éducatrice ??.??: ??-??.

- - - (????). "A Toutes les femmes." La Mère éducatrice ??.??: ??-??.

- - - (1934). "Mère." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1509-1513.

- - - , Lucienne Gervais, and Marguerite Després (1997). L'amour libre. Bogny-sur-Meuse: Question Sociale.

Vincey, Georges (1952). "La Famille Vue par l’Anarchiste." L'Anarchiste 1: ??-??.

Vigné d’Octon, Paul [a.k.a. Paul Vigné], ed. (1934). La Vie et l’amour: enquête sur la question sexuelle, le freudisme, etc., réponses de nombreux savants. Herblay: Idée libre.

- - - (1934). "Naturisme." Encyclopédie anarchiste. Ed. Sébastien Faure. Paris: Librairie internationale. 1776-1777.

Ytak, Cathy. "L'Amour libre." L'En Dehors. http://membres.lycos.fr/endehors/page20.html . <--See Rieselfeld's response, above.

- - - (2001), ed. Naturisme et anarchisme. Bogny-sur-Meuse: Question Sociale. <--includes texts by Émile Armand, Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers, Dominique Petit, Élisée Reclus, and Cathy Ytak.

- - - (2000). "Naturisme et Anarchisme, aujourd'hui." http://ytak.club.fr/natytak.html

German Language

Friedländer, Benedikt (1906). Kritik der neueren Vorschläge zur Abänderung des [section] 175: S.-Abdr. aus Jahrbuch f. sexuelle Zwischenstufen. Ed. Magnus Hirschfeld. Leipzig: Max Spohr. <--(English: "Critique of the Recent Suggestions for Amendment of § 175.")

- - - (1907). Denkschrift verfasst für die Freunde und Fondszeichner des Wissenschaftlich-Humanitären Komitees.

- - - (1905). Entwurf zu einer reizphysiologische Analyse der erotischen Anziehung unter Zugrundlegung vorwiegen homosexuellen Materials. Leipzig: Spohr. <--(English: "Draft of a Stimulus-Physiology-Based Analysis of Erotic Attraction, using mostly Homosexual Material as a Basis.")

- - - (1909). Die Liebe Platons im Lichte der modernen Biologie: gesammelte kleinere Schriften. Treptow bei Berlin: B. Zack.

- - - (1906). Männliche und weibliche kultur; eine kausalhistorische Betrachtung. Leipzig: "Deutscher Kampf" Verlag.

- - - (1899). "Die physiologische Freundschaft als normaler Grundtrieb des Menschen und als Grundlage der Soziabilität." Jahrbuch für sexuelle Zwischenstufen unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Homosexualität. Leipzig: M. Spohr. 179-214. <--(English: "Physiological Friendship as a Normal Basic Drive of the Human Being and as the Foundation of Sociableness.")

- - - (1904). Renaissance des Eros Uranos. Die physiologische Freundschaft, ein normaler Grundtrieb des Menschen. Berlin: Verlag Renaissance. <--Reprinted 1975 by Arno Press, New York.

- - - (1899). Samoa. Braunschweig: G. Westermann.

Hardegger, Margrit [Margarethe] (1910). "Die Klage des fernen Kindes." Der Sozialist 2.24: ??-??.

Hoy, Senna [Johannes Holzmann], et al (1903). Das dritte Geschlecht. Ein Beitrag zur Volksaufklärung. Ed. Senna Hoy. Berlin: by the authors.

Kastner, Jens (2006). "Fallen lassen! Anmerkungen zur Repressionshypothese." grundrisse 19: ??-??. <--Title translates roughly as "Get Out of the Trap! Notes on the Repressive Hypothesis."

Keilson-Lauritz, Marita (2005). "Benedict Friedlaender und die Anfange der Sexualwissenschaft." Zeitschrift F̐ưur Sexualforschung 18.4: 311.

Landauer, Gustav (1910). "Tarnowska." Der Sozialist 2.7: 49-51. <--An attack on what Landauer saw as the decadent sexuality of the wealthy; part of the controversy over "free love" with Erich Mühsam and Otto Gross (see below).

- - - (1910). "Von der Ehe." Der Sozialist 2.19: 146-151.

Linse, Ulrich (1972). "Arbeiterschaft und Geburtenentwicklung im Deutschen Kaiserreich von 1871." Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 12: 205-271.

Mühsam, Erich (1910). "Frauenrechte." Der Sozialist 2.18: 141.

Mümken, Jürgen (2002). ''Der "Einzige" und die Sexualität des "geschlechtlosen Ich's"''. Edition bandera negra, H. 7. Bremen: Anares. <--Also published in Der Einzige 18 (Mai 2002) under the same title.

Robin, Paul (1900). Libre amour, libre maternité. Paris: Éditions de l'Humanité Nouvelle. <--Trans into German as Freie Liebe! Freie Mutterschaft! (Berlin: Liga für Rassenverbesserung, 1909) and into Italian as Libero amore, libera maternità (Firenze: "Il Pensiero," 1913).

- - - and Armand Fernau (1907). Liebesfreiheit oder Eheprostitution? Keine Zufallskinder mehr, sondern bewusste Zeugung gesunder, gewollter Kinder! Berlin: Plessner.

Van den Berg, Hubert (1991). "Acht Thesen zu Erich Mühsams Überlegungen zur 'Frauenfrage' und seiner literarischen Darstellungsweise von Frauen in der Periode 1900-1914, mit entsprechenden Stellen aus Mühsams Werk." Schriften der Erich-Mühsam-Gesellschaft 3: 29-73.

- - - (1992). "Frauen, besonders Frauenrechtlerinnen haben keinen Zutritt! Misogynie und Antifeminismus des anarchistischen Bohemiens Erich Mühsam." IWK. Internationale wissenschaftliche Korrespondenz zur Geschichte der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung 28.4: 479-510.

- - - (1995). "Freie Liebe." Lexikon der Anarchie. Ed. Hans Jürgen Degen. Bösdorf: Schwarzer Nachtschatten. 361-66.

- - - (1993). "Moralkritik und Misogynie. Zur Sexualpolitik in der Kabarettdichtung Erich Mühsams." Neophilologus 77.3: 273-284.

- - - (1993). "Naar een nieuw hetairendom. Bachofen-renaissance en matriarchale utopie en de Münchense Bohème (1900 - 1914)." Bulletin Geschiedenis Kunst Cultuur 2.1: 41-61.

- - - (2002). "'-- wenn der Sexus sich meldet.' Otto Gross und die Imagination und Repräsentation des Sexuellen im Kreis der Zürcher Dadaisten." 2. Internationaler Otto Gross Kongress, Burghölzli, Zürich 2000. Ed. Gottfried Heuer. Marburg: LiteraturWissenschaft.de. 207-264.

- - - (1992). "Zur Kontroverse zwischen Erich Mühsam und Gustav Landauer über die sogenannte 'Freie Liebe.'" Erich Mühsam Kreis Berlin: "Sich fügen heißt lügen" Seminarbroschüre. Berlin: Selbstverl.: 35-49.

Italian Language

Robin, Paul (1900). Libre amour, libre maternité. Paris: Éditions de l'Humanité Nouvelle. <--Trans into German as Freie Liebe! Freie Mutterschaft! (Berlin: Liga für Rassenverbesserung, 1909) and into Italian as Libero amore, libera maternità (Firenze: "Il Pensiero," 1913).

Portuguese Language

Moura, Maria Lacerda de (1932). Amai e ... não vos multipliqueis. Rio de Janeiro, Civilização brasileira editora. <--(English: "Love And . . . Do Not Multiply.")

- - - (n.d.). Han Ryner e o amor plural. Sao Paulo: Unitas. <--A book on the theory of "plural love" as conceived by Han Ryner (a.k.a. Henry Ner, a French individualist anarchist philosopher of wide repute) by one of the founding mothers of Brazilian feminism.

- - - (1929). Religião do amor e da belleza. São Paulo: Empresa Editora O Pensamento. <--(English: "The Religion of Love and Beauty.") A defense of free love -- albeit (according to her Brazilian Wikipedia entry) de Moura "also seeks to differentiate her conception of free love from that defended by thinkers such as Émile Armand."

Spanish Language

Aragoné Saborit, José (1933). Sexualismo y Revolución Social. El amor libre y la moral. Játiva (Valencia): Ediciones Faro.

Baigorria, Osvaldo, ed. (2006). ''El amor libre''. Buenos Aires: Libros de Anarres, 2006. http://www.quijotelibros.com.ar/anarres/El%20amor%20libre.pdf <--A hundred-page anthology of anarchist writings on sexuality, from Mikhail Bakunin to CrimethInc. With a prologue by Baigorria.

Barnard (1932). Pluralidad en amor. Barcelona: Ediciones Iniciales.

Bonafulla, Leopoldo (1899). "La Fidelidad conyugal." La Revista Blanca 13: 378-379.

Brand [a.k.a. Enrico Arrigoni](1924). "El problema del amor." La Revista Blanca 2.24: 23-25.

Bulffi [de Quintana], Luis (1907). ''¡Huelga de vientres!: Medios prácticos para evitar las familias numerosas''. Barcelona: Salud y Fuerza, 1907.

Chaughi, René [a.k.a. René Gauche] (2001). Immoralité du mariage. Bogny-sur-Meuse: Question Sociale. <--Translated by L. Pahissa as Inmoralidad del matrimonio (Barcelona: Salud y Fuerza, 1908).

Gallardo López, Mariano (1937). El hambre sexual de las muchachas. ??: Distribuido en Ediciones Iniciales, 1937.

- - - (1934). El matrimonio es una prostitución. Barcelona: Ediciones Iniciales.

- - - (1935). Mi opinión sobre el matrimonio. Barcelona: Ediciones Iniciales.

- - - (1936). El sexo, la prostitución y el amor. Barcelona: La Revista Blanca.

Henriquez R., Alfonso (2011) "Teoría 'Queer'. Posibilidades y Límites". Revista Nomadías 14:127-139. http://www.revistas.uchile.cl/index.php/NO/article/viewFile/17399/19237

Llauradó, A. G. (1934). "Por el sensualismo." Estudios 134: 15-17.

Longuet, Alfonso (1931). "Androides." Nervio 1.1: 6. <--An article cautioning against supposedly deviant tendencies (i.e., "androgynism" and homosexuality) among bohemian "artists" and "men of ideas," tendencies here seen as "neurotic" and vaguely egoistic.

Martí-Ibáñez, Félix (1935). "Consideraciones sobre el homosexualismo." Estudios 145:3-6.

- - - (1975). Consultorio psíquico-sexual. Barcelona: Tusquets.

- - - (1937). "El problema sexual y la juventud revolucionaria." Ruta 29:4-5.

- - - (1937). "En torno a la reforma eugénica del aborto." Solidaridad Obrera ??: ??-??. [Also in Estudios 160.]

- - - (1934). Higiene sexual. Fisiología e higiene de las relaciones sexuales y del anticoncepcionismo. Valencia: Estudios.

- - - (1934). "La revolución sexual." Estudios 134.

- - - (2005). "The Sexual Revolution." Trans. Richard Cleminson. Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas. Vol. 1, From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE to 1939). Ed. Robert Graham. Montréal: Black Rose Books. 458-460. <--Excerpt from article in Estudios 135 (Nov. 1934).

Martínez, Miguel (1913). "La procreación limitada y consciente y el problema económico." Salud y Fuerza 55: ??-??.

Mayoux, Dr. (1931). La educación sexual de los jóvenes. Valencia: Estudios.

Mella, Ricardo, and Soledad Gustavo [a.k.a. Teresa Mañé i Miravet] (1904). El Amor libre: Organizacion, agitacion, revolucion. Montevideo: Biblioteca de "El Obrero".

Montseny, Federica (1926). "Dos palabras sobre la vasectomía" La Revista Blanca ??.72: 24-25.

Nash, Mary, ed. (1977). "Mujeres Libres": España 1936-1939. Barcelona: Tusquets Editor. <--An entire section, "Actitud ante la cuestión sexual," pp. 165-190, collects articles from Revista Mujeres Libres concerning issues including marriage, birth, and prostitution.

Noja Ruiz, Higinio (1930). "Amor libre." Estudios ??: 15-18.

- - - (1930). "El matrimonio a la usanza." Estudios??: ??-??.

- - - (1938). Notas sobre amor y sexualismo. Valencia: Estudios.

Ordoñez, Rafael (1934). El amor en el comunismo libertario. Madrid: Biblioteca Plus Ultra.

Pagan, Eugenio (1938). Sexualismo libertario (amor libre). Valencia: Estudios.

Poch y Gascón, Amparo (1932). La vida sexual de la mujer. Pubertad, Noviazgo, Matrimonio. Cuadernos de cultura 56. Valencia: Ediciones Orto.

Robin, Paul (1908). La mujer pública. Barcelona: Biblioteca de "Salud y Fuerza." <--Pamphlet on prostitution.

Sutor, Franck (1908). Generación consciente. Anatomía, fisiología, preservación científica y racional de la fecundación no deseada. Obra ilustr. con 23 grabados en el texto. Alcoy (Alicante): Biblioteca Ed. Generación Consciente. <--Prologue by Paul Robin.