Always wanted to explore feminist literature but never found the time?
Join the Women Who Lead Reading Club! The club focuses on small but essential works of feminist literature and includes a group discussion once a month. This means essays, book chapters, poetry, etc.... All easily accessible and quickly readable! No large time commitment necessary!
So... Some Logistics:
Once a month on a Sunday at 10:00 MST. Sunday date TBD based on club-members availability and scheduling.
When do we meet?
Where do the meetings take place and how do I sign up?
Meetings are held on zoom.
Send us an email at to be added to the email chain that contains monthly reading and zoom meeting information!
Easy answer: nope. Bring yourself and give the reading a shot. Our club conversations are always low-stress and informal. We will always have talking points, quotes, etc. for you to consider. Don't worry about studying up!
Should I come prepared?
Who Can Join?
Anyone! Regardless of gender identity or affiliation with Women Who Lead.
This reading club is aimed at our older participating members: club leaders, adult volunteers, community members, etc.
1. Laura Mulvey's 1975 Essay Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema
2. The 1977 Combahee River Collective Statement
3. Heidi Hartman's Capitalism, Patriarchy, and Job Segregation by Sex
4. Emma Goldman's Women's Suffrage