Sunday, April 11, 2010

Classic Sentences From The Guardian

I don't know whether David Thompson's series of Classic Sentences From the Guardian is still going but here is an entry:
Feminism is the form of women's organisation that is prioritised both in the media and academia, but many black women have turned to womanism in an attempt to counter the ways in which the combined oppressions of race and gender affect our lives.
Of course. There are several other sentences in the same article that I could have chosen instead.


James Higham said...

Oh good. I'm a womanizer. Do I qualify?

Ross said...

So close yet so far,