Mary-Woo Sims, award-winning social justice activist and former Chief Commissioner of the B.C. Human Rights Commission, speaks with Nicole Deagan of The F Word about lesbianism, feminism and activism. Drawing on decades of experience as an activist, Mary-Woo Sims discusses the relationship between lesbianism and feminism, the importance of working toward social justice, some of the changes in feminism over the years, and the fragmentation of the feminist movement.
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