This is for the 1981 edition of this very important feminist work on the approach to the practice of Tarot. Honestly, the best part of this book is the excellent introduction, which is like a beautiful history lesson in feminist, lesbian movement of the 1970's. When I actually dug down deep into the actual tarot "re-visioning" (using the Rider/Waite deck) I actually found this book quite lacking and not very feminist at all. I know that back then, just the fact of bringing up the idea that the cards could have a unique female aspect was revolutionary, but things have moved along so much further since then and this book feels really old-fashioned. But what a great piece of feminist history!