Abstract

In contrast to celebratory chronicles that sanitize queer history, Valerie Solanas’s SCUM Manifesto casts bad girls as the central protagonists in the drama of social change. Archiving the adolescent urges and puerile political yearnings of degenerate dykes, it shows revolution to be a dirty girl’s game.

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