Andrea Dworkin was a renowned American writer, a critic of sexual politics and a staunch feminist known for her protesting against pornography. She was influenced to become a socialist and activist by her parents from an early age. Some major tragedies of her life are believed to have inspired her feminist ideologies. After completing her graduation she pursued a career in writing and published her first feminist book ‘Woman Hating’ which aimed at discussing the affects of misogyny and pornography. She further fought against pornography and even discussed her views of how it violates women’s civil rights in her book titled ‘Pornography: Men Possessing Women’. This book helped the masses to view it through a new perspective and became one of her most notable works. She gave a speech against pornography at a conference in the United Kingdom where she helped the people understand its ill-effects and proved to be a good orator. She further wrote many books that aimed at gender equality which helped her nurture her reputation as a feminist writer and ended up with her autobiography titled ‘Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant’. Her writings continue to influence her contemporary feminists including Catharine MacKinnon and Nikki Craft. She had a very radical and strong view on issues related to women and that reflects in her work. Her radical thoughts are extensively shared and quoted by people. We have curated her quotes from her work, writings, novels, and books. Go through the collection of quotations and sayings by Andrea Dworkin on objectification, feminism and patriarchy.