Druglink article 1993 – Keep your bra and burn your brain by Sheila Henderson

Research involving in-depth interviews with young women using drugs in the club scene who do not attend drug services suggests it would be counterproductive and inaccurate to apply unmodified feminist analyses of the ’60s and ’70s to their lives or their drug use. Services seeking to establish a fruitful relationship with this group will need to appreciate that, for them, being female does not preclude sexual equality and avoid seeing them solely as victims of male sexual oppression.

Keep your bra and burn your brain? (PDF)

Additional keywords: gender / equality / feminism