Item I1 - Toward a Strategy for the Lesbian Movement poster

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Toward a Strategy for the Lesbian Movement poster

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CA ON0034 10-027-S1-I1

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  • July 23-25, 1976 (Creation)
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    Wages Due Lesbians

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1 poster

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(1973-1984)

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Prior to Wages for Housework’s demise, in the mid-1970s a group of lesbians which had belonged to it created a new organization, Wages Due Lesbians (also known as Wages Due). Their policies were much the same, however, their emphasis was on the rights of lesbian mothers. Their constitutional difference was that: “Wages for Housework recognizes that doing cleaning, raising children, taking care of men, is not women’s biological destiny. Lesbianism recognizes that heterosexual love and marriage is not women’s biological destiny. Both are definitions of women’s roles by the state and for the advantage of the state.” (Lesbians Organize, Toronto, Ontario, 1977)

The Wages Due Lesbians organization campaigned to have housework recognized as work and demanded the right to have relationships with other women. They also made demands to the government for paid daycare, so that lesbian women could work and keep their children. As with Wages for Housework, they were highly involved in campaigns, rallies and publishing articles on women rights and in particular lesbian mothers’ rights. The organization seems to have disbanded by the early 1980s.

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Wages Due Lesbians (Toronto) Invites All Women To A Conference On Lesbians And The Wages For Housework Campaign. Orange poster with black text, outlines issues for discussion at conference: Why We Want Autonomy, Sexuality, Our Lives As Lesbians.

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