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Insecure At Last: Losing it in Our Security-Obsessed World / by Eve Ensler.

Ensler, Eve, 1953- (Author).
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Garrett PL - Garrett 305.4209 ENS (Text) 30010170536703 Nonfiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 1400063345
  • ISBN: 9781400063345
  • Physical Description: xx, 202 pages ; 21 cm
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Villard, [2006]

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I. DRAWN TO WHAT I FEARED THE MOST: The first melting -- When I learned that bullets are frozen tears -- Almost flogged -- Under the burqa -- They blew her up 'cause they could not cut her down -- Dust -- Going the distance -- II. UNRAVELING: Vaginas--more terrifying than scud missiles -- The door that blew open -- A world of Brendas -- The memory of her face: Ciudad Juarez -- Waiting for Mr. Alligator -- The scariest thing about prison was not the spiked barbed wire -- Betty Gale Tyson is free -- III. LEAVING MY FATHER'S HOUSE: Reckoning -- Free falling -- The wave that came and took everything away -- IV. FINALLY EXPOSED: INSECURE AT LAST: Smack in the center of America -- Down to the zero of myself -- Diving -- Christmas Eve, 2005 -- In the name of security, they somehow forgot to protect the people.
Subject: Women > History > 21st century > Case studies.
Feminism > Case studies.
Ensler, Eve, 1953-

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