Feminist Review

, Volume 80, Issue 1, pp 98–126 | Cite as

upsetting an applecart: difference, desire and lesbian sadomasochism

  • Susan Ardill
  • Sue O'Sullivan
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Acknowledgements

We thank Feminist Review members who responded quickly to our very late copy with helpful notes and reactions. We would both like to thank the women with whom we worked politically during this debate. As well, Susan would like to thank Penny, Gerri, Anne and Paula for comments on the article, and Norie and Kim for thought-provoking discussions about sexual politics while writing it. Sue would like to thank Ruthie, Jill and Diane for long discussions on sexual politics over the years.

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  • Susan Ardill
  • Sue O'Sullivan

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