The blog Feminist History of Philosophy has a short blurb of a new book, The Equality of the Sexes: Three feminist texts of the seventeenth century, edited by Desmond Clarke.
(a link to the book on Amazon here.)
I am personally excited because I’ve always wanted to read something by Poulain de la Barre, who was quoted by de Beauvoir in her epigraph for The Second Sex:
“All that has been written about women by men should be suspect, for the men are at once judge and party to the lawsuit”
(you can view the epigraph here if you browse through the book’s preview.)