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1 The established feminist tendencies of anarcha-feminism returned with vigour during the second wave of feminism.
2 In a chronological sense, anarchism can be segmented by the classical currents of the late 19th century and the post-classical currents (anarcha-feminism, green anarchism and post-anarchism) developed thereafter.
3 Gender equality can be a common principle, although it ranks as a higher priority to anarcha-feminists than anarchist communists.
4 Although she was hostile to the suffragist goals of first-wave feminism, Goldman advocated passionately for the rights of women, and is today heralded as a founder of anarcha-feminism, which challenges patriarchy as a hierarchy to be resisted alongside state power and class divisions.
5 Anarcha-feminists believe that class struggle and anarchy against the state require struggling against patriarchy, which comes from involuntary hierarchy.
6 Although she supported equal rights for women, she opposed women fighting on the front and clashed with the anarcha-feminist Mujeres Libres.
7 This type of individualist anarchism inspired anarcha-feminist Emma Goldman.
8 A leading anarcho-syndicalist and a prominent left-wing intellectual of the 1880s, he is remembered as the lover and mentor of early anarcha-feminist Voltairine de Cleyre.
9 Maria Lacerda de Moura was a Brazilian teacher, journalist, anarcha-feminist and individualist anarchist.
10 A strong tendency of free love later appeared alongside anarcha-feminism and advocacy of LGBT rights.
11 Anarcha-feminism developed as a synthesis of radical feminism and anarchism that views patriarchy (male domination over women) as a fundamental manifestation of compulsory government.
12 Like other radical feminists, anarcha-feminists criticise and advocate the abolition of traditional conceptions of family, education and gender roles.
13 In November 1936, the Popular Front appointed the prominent anarcha-feminist Federica Montseny as minister of health, becoming the first woman in Spanish history to be a cabinet minister.
14 The central pillars of democratic confederalism are social ecology and anarcha-feminism.
15 One of the women he operated on was named Anarcha Westcott, the woman he first treated for a fistula.
16 On one of the women, named Anarcha, he performed 30 surgeries without anesthesia.