<a href="http://alternativelibertaire.org/index.php?dir=journal/al138&page=138_13... Libertaire, Paris March 2005 issue</a>
Translated from French by SonofTomJoad, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
This text was received from Klito, a women-only feminist collective.
There's still a lot to do if we are really going to fight against patriarchy within libertarian groups. Klito, a women-only collective, sees some problems and wants to suggest some courses of action. We, as libertarian feminists, want to sound an alarm. We denounce the double workday of women workers who, once they get home, get stuck with household chores, but also among libertarians, there is the double struggle of women. The struggle against patriarchy requires two times as much energy as other battles because we must fight not only on the social front but also within the political groups in which we work as activists. Who puts the labels on the envelopes? Sweeps the meeting rooms? The women, usually. Who coordinates the demos? Who speaks louder at the meetings? The men, usually.