Ann Russo is Professor of Women's Studies at DePaul University. She has written for Sojourner and Women's Review of Books.
Dedication Acknowledgements Part One: Transforming Feminist Theorizing 1. If Not Now, When? Contemporary Feminist Movement to End Violence against Women 2. Lesbians, Prostitutes, Media and Murder: The Violence Against Women and the Violence Women Commit 3. Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Battering: Homophobia, Heterosexism and Violence Part Two: Truth telling 4. Pornography's Stories: Eroticizing Inequality, Hierarchy, and Historical Atrocity 5. Lesbian Porn Stories: Rebellion or Resistance? 6. Sexual Conflicts and Contradictions: Violence, Desire, Autonomy, Freedom Part Three: Interlocking Oppressions 7. Violence By Any Name: A Battered Lesbian Fights for Recognition 8. White Men Can't Kill: Racial Coding of Men's Intimate Violence Against Women 9. Taking Back Our Lives: Expanding Campus Efforts to End Sexual Violence Part Four: 10. The Struggle for Integrity in an Unjust World: Telling Our Stories 11. On Becoming an Antiracist Feminist: Strategies to Recognize and Disrupt White Privilege and Power