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Tatiana Mikhailovna Goricheva

editor , feminist

Tatiana Goricheva, USSR Editor, feminist.


Goricheva, Tatiana was born in 1947 in Leningrad.


Graduated in philosophy (Marxism) from Leningrad University.


In 1974, organized religious and political seminars in Leningrad. Co-edited with Viktor Krivulin the samizdat magazine 37. In 1979, became one of the founders of the Free Women’s Movement in Leningrad.

Edited the samizdat magazines Zhenshchina I Rossiia and Maria. In 1980, on the opening day of the Olympic Games in Moscow, deported from the USSR. Lives in Paris. Continues her work with the Russian Free Women’s Press.

Writes on the position of the Russian church in the Soviet Union.


All religious orders impose irrational rules of good and bad behaviour.


Strong communist party can create a new and better society with neither rich nor poor.