Dr. Phyllis Chesler is described as a “legendary feminist” and she has earned the title through decades of activism. She founded the course curriculum for Women’s Studies at City University of New York, where she is professor emerita, being profiled in Feminists Who Changed America, co-founding several organizations including Association for Women in Psychology, The National Women’s Health Network and The International Committee for the (Original) Women of the Wall, and by her prolific writing — 20 books at this date, including the landmark feminist classic, Women and Madness,  Woman’s Inhumanity to Woman, her memoir—A Politically Incorrect Feminist, her ongoing studies in honor killing as a fellow at Middle East Forum, and her most recent book, Requiem for a Female Serial Killer.

Phyllis said that she was lucky to be born at a time in history when women like…

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