of you may be interested in my latest blog post at UCLA's Center for
the Study of Women. It focuses on The Women Against Violence Against Women
special collection at UCLA, part of The June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives.
WAVAW was a feminist organization that protested Snuff (1976, Michael Findlay, Horacio Fredriksson, Simon Nuchtern), Dressed to Kill (1980, Brian De Palma), Windows (1980, Gordon Willis),
the ad campaign for Rolling Stones' Black and Blue album, and various
other films and ad campaigns during the 1970s and 1980s. The blog contains
some great photos, including flyers protesting DTK and Snuff, and a
photo of a protest taking place outside of a theater playing The Story of O (1975, Just Jaeckin).