Using the article, websites and video (attached or within this the description) write an original analytical essay of 4 pages not inclusive of bibliography,( please note DO NOT include/create a cover page) to answer the following prompt:
Frye argues that feminism requires as one of its many features ‘an element of separation’. What does she mean by separation, in both theoretical and practical terms? How does this differ from patriarchal sex segregation (as described, for example, by Abu-Rabia-Queder)? What about the women-only and women led villages in Kenya: does this version of separatism empower women, or does it simply provide an escape from an oppressive culture? Or, perhaps, is the escape the point? Is something like the Jane collective to provide abortions a separatist endeavor? How so? Finally, do all forms of identity politics necessitate some kind of separation?

Marilyn Frye: Separatism & Power

Some Reflections on Separatism and Power

Abu-Rabia-Queder:

Baghdad’s Underground Shelters Help Iraqi Women Escape Violence and Abuse

Women only Kenya village:

Jane Collective – Underground Abortion
https://www.cwluherstory.org/jane-stories-articles/on-the-job-with-jane

And you thought trump voters were mad
https://www.thecut.com/2018/09/rebecca-traister-good-and-mad-book-excerpt.html#_ga=2.183608422.1381388471.1590774929-265578802.1590774929

Women in Politics