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"This film should be a primer for every Women's Studies student, but it is so wise and lively
that you should bring along your fathers, brothers and boyfriends, too."
St. John's International Women's Film Festival
"This film is evidence that feminism - whether second wave, third wave or no wave - hasn't
ceased to be a vital, many-hued movement with something to offer women of any age."
"Shechter starts her film by asking 'where the hell did feminism go?'
Happily, she finds it - and her journey will make any disenchanted potential-Gloria breathe a sigh of relief."
Jennifer Baumgardner, co-author of "Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism and the Future"
"One group of students made fliers with the dictionary definition of feminist accompanied by
questions like "what's so scary about this?" and put them up all over campus! I'm struck by the way
the film resonates with all generations of feminists."
Laura Micham, Duke University, Sallie Bingham Center On Women's Lives
"The film's fresh approach is perfect for those who say, 'I'm not a feminist, but...' "
Alison Piepmeier, co-editor of "Catching a Wave: Reclaiming Feminism for the 21st Century"
"I Was A Teenage Feminist has the potential to reach a whole new generation.
The film speaks their language, rejecting preaching and dogma for clear-headed
and entertaining social inquiry - and a healthy dose of irony."
Paula Kamen, author of "Her Way: Women Redefine the Sexual Revolution"
"More proof that feminists do have a sense of humor. Therese has gone ape with us!"
The Guerilla Girls
I Was A Teenage Feminist (2005)
Written and directed by Therese Shechter
62 minutes, Color, Rated PG
Screenings: DVD, MiniDV or Beta SP
Purchase: DVD, VHS