Learn how to heal and embrace yourself through feminism, self-love, and some good old anarchism Living in the margins of a culture she never felt comfortable in, Cindy Crabb touches on her experiences with feminism, girl-gangs, abuse, and gender identity. With stories, essays, interviews, and more, Cindy writes with fierce honesty and compassion, exploring subjects like consent, abortion, death, self-image, shyness, identity, and anarchism. Embracing the complexities of each, finding her anger, her voice, and the things that help in her struggles with addiction, mental health, and intense loss. Along the way she travels the world, helps start a women and transgender health center, and fights against the social norms that made her feel so trapped.
About the Author
Cindy Crabb is the author of the highly influential feminist and autobiographical zine Doris, which has been anthologized into two books: The Encyclopedia of Doris: Stories, Essays and Interviews (Doris Press, 2011) and Doris: An Anthology 1991-2001 (Microcosm Publishing, 2004). She has presented her work as a college-sponsored speaker across the United States and Canada, including The Radcliffe/Harvard Schlesinger Library, Pratt University, Evergreen State University, The New School for Social Research, New Paltz, and the Guelph Resource Centre for Gender Empowerment and Diversity. She lives in Rutland, Ohio with her sister, two miniature horses, sheep, dogs, and a cat.