It seems appropriate to continue the discussion here, but interested editors should probably take a look at that discussion first. Or maybe we can copy if over to here? I will check in later. Zue Jay talk
It seems appropriate to continue the discussion here, but interested editors should probably take a look at that discussion first. Or maybe we can copy if over to here? I'd do it, but gotta run! I will check in later.
LGBT [ edit ] In order to provide full context for continuing discussion here, I'm copying over the conversation that has taken place to date at Wikipedia talk: I'm not sure what to do with it - can I just nom for deletion?
Zue Jay talk Mainly this editor has worked on lesbian topics. She created a redirect page to this article called Lesbian utopiawhich seems to be the overall idea driving her -- a sort of politically driven ideal of a nation based on reproduction by parthenogenesis -- which has had some relevance to some lesbian separatists; I'm not sure about it's notability though.
And in its current state the article seems to have a lot of original A utopia of less worries in it -- as a new editor, she may not be aware of such policies. Is there another article that addresses lesbian separatists in the same vein as written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman Herland or Katherine V.
Forrest 's Daughters of a Coral Dawn series? Or discusses the separatist movement in the 70s? In one of the articles I read for Patience and Saraha commune of women wore the novel around their necks There is a place for an article that discusses radical lesbian separatism, but I don't think it should be titled "race".
There's no ethnicity or anthropological feature connected to lesbianism. I think lesbian separatism deserves its own article; but I also don't think what this editor is driving at is exactly the same thing. Seems to me she wants something like what novels that have lesbian societies in them -- like Gearhart's, Charnas' Holdfast Chronicles which aren't exactly utopicGilman's, Forrest's -- but in actual biological fact.
Or bring this conversation to her. Can't believe ya'll saw that and made no comment! I hope we'll see her here. But I am in full support of having a lesbian separatism article, which I can see including the "lesbian Utopia" article as well as the information in this one.
I suspect most people would never think to look up "lesbian race" as a search term, and thus would miss this. It may be a matter of User not knowing the best name for it herself. I actually see a place for two articles: I've commented on its talk page.
Subsequent comments should be made in a new section on this talk page. No further edits should be made to this section. Continuing conversation[ edit ] The concept of "lesbian race" is absolutely deserving of a philosophical dialogue. Here, the tone shifts far from expository writing with regard to the reality of such a concept.
The use of the word "overcome" patently connotes a preference for such a reality, perhaps even hopefulness, that the disregard of ethics is a noble struggle toward truth. Instead, I would encourage the author to discuss the scientific and probablistic reasoning for which the ultimate outcome of the genetic intervention would favor the Y chromosome, and then outline the underlying ethical debate in a separate section.
Lesbian separatist and lesbian utopia, yes. There's no racial aspect to lesbians. Lesbian race could mislead readers in many ways.
I think an article with this kind of content would be helpful. However, I have WP: OR worries about the conclusions the text draws. I tend to agree with the conclusions, but I think they're not at all helpful here unless supported by direct citations from secondary sources.
I agree that some of the wording in the text implies advocacy WP: I must agree with Theree1ghostbuster that the article in its current form has WP: Really, it also has notability issues:My “utopia” is most likely a very different type of “utopia” then what I would probably read elsewhere, but I would rather have peace, a place where you can relax, be quiet, and hear your thoughts, then to think about how I would live in selfish type of manner.
My utopia is not all rules we also have many forms of entertainment.
In conclusion, my utopia is not perfect but is a place that people can live with less worries. Word Count: /5(3). My utopia is not all rules we also have many forms of entertainment. In conclusion, my utopia is not perfect but is a place that people can live with less worries 3/5(3).
Utopia Utopia Research Papers explicate Thomas More's classic 16th Century novel on the perfect society. Sir Thomas More wrote Utopia in the early 16th Century as .
Talk:Lesbian utopia This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Lesbian utopia article. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. More famously depicted in Utopia a land where the law is reduced to a few simple precepts understood by all citizens, in token of the common responsibility for government which is the founding principle of his invented society. John Rastell sought to realize this vision in his own country, England, by printing the first translations of English. My utopia is not all rules we also have many forms of entertainment. In conclusion, my utopia is not perfect but is a place that people can live with less worries. Word Count: /5(3).
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