Melbourne Effeminist Movement
The Melbourne Effeminist Movement was a tiny grouping of gay men which existed for a brief time in around 1973. They believed that women's liberation was a precondition for gay (male) liberation. They saw their role in gay liberation as transforming their own personal behaviour and beliefs, and practising solidarity with women's struggles.
- Melbourne Effeminist Movement, The Movement of Revolutionary Effeminism, Melbourne Effeminist Movement [This scan courtesy of the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Melbourne], 1973, 1 pp. PDF Details
- Oram, Steve & Howard, Ken, Why We Are Not Marching, Melbourne Effeminist Movement [This scan courtesy of the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Melbourne], 1974, 1 pp. PDF Details
Graham Willett, Jack Roberts and Beth Hallett
Created: 4 November 2016, Last modified: 6 July 2017