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wom•yn

(ˈwɪm ɪn)
n.pl.
women (used chiefly in feminist literature as an alternative spelling to avoid the suggestion of sexism perceived in the sequence m-e-n).
[1975–80]
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Trina Robbins, the first female cartoonist in Crumb's San Francisco coterie in the late 1960s and a co-founder of Wimmen's Comix (the longest-running all-woman-made comic series), was the first prominent voice raising feminist objections to how he portrayed women and sex.
"I am skeptical of the idea of a regional 'resurgence,'" said Heiko Wimmen, project director of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon for the International Crisis Group.
In addition to grounding the close readings, the images sometimes reproduce rare or hard-to-find strips or images, such as "Ocurence [sir] at Oki Dog," a collaboration by Gary Panter and Matt Groening published in Flipside in 1982; a page from Aline Kominsky-Crumb's "Hard Work and No Fun" printed in Wimmen's Comix 2 (1973); and the cover of the first issue of Harvey Pekar's American Splendor (1976).
The International Crisis Group's Heiko Wimmen pointed to the unspoken nature of the rules of engagement between Israel, Hezbollah and Iran.
These volumes invite the casual browser as well as the aficionado to marvel at the talented spirit and energy of an earlier moment in the history of Wimmen as well as comix.
Important feminist interventions in the underground movement were made in the early 1970s by Wimmen's Comix, It Ain't Me Babe, and in the Canadian context, the Corrective Collective's alternative comix history of Canada entitled She Called it Canada Because That's What It Was Called.
Heiko Wimmen and Muzehher Selcuk, "The Rise of Syria's Kurds," Carnegie Endowment of International Peace, February 5, 2013.
As another dialect poem, and a familiar Lancashire phrase puts it, "Wimmen's Wark es Niver Done." Samuel Bamford, no friend of Waugh, with some justice complained that Waugh composed this hymn to marital harmony while his own wife, Mary Ann, was in the workhouse and he was living with another woman in Manchester.
Catusse M, Cattedra R, Janati M, 2007, "Decentralization and its paradoxes in Morocco", in Cities of the South: Citizenship and Exclusion in the 21st Century Eds B Driesken, F Mermier, H Wimmen (Saqi Books, London) pp 113-135
It is not really given to solve a problem." Furthermore, Heiko Wimmen from Germany's Foundation for Science and Politics (SWP) noted that, "It would be better if we could communicate internally within the EU as to what degree a transitional government could contribute to the transition in Syria."