Tag Archives: Feminism

Catherine Malabou: Pleasure effaced; Clitoris and thought

The clitoris is an anarchist. Through translated fragments, we share the work of a writer, some few words of Catherine Malabou. We begin with a very brief summary of her essay, Le plaisir effacé: Clitoris et pensée [Pleasure erased: Clitoris … Continue reading

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For Nawal El Saadawi (1931-2021)

Writing: such has been my crime ever since I was a small child. To this day writing remains my crime. Now, although I am out of prison, I continue to live inside a prison of another sort, one without steel … Continue reading

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For March 8: Feminist voices from latin america

The La Tinta media collective, with the support of the The Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, has produced an excellent series of video interviews with feminist writers and activists from across latin america; feminist’s who speak in many voices and who take … Continue reading

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Rita Segato: Reading patriarchy

It will be necessary to shake the fantasy of the state, the fantasy of law, the safe harbor and terra firma sustaining the patriarchal and state certainties that impede our advancement. It will be necessary, for example, to reexamine the unachievable, inclusive formula of … Continue reading

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María Galindo: Giving form to a local anarcho-feminism

The logic of the struggle is not the final victory, but permanent and tenacious sabotage. María Galindo For the 8th of March, in solidarity with the calls for a feminist strike, an interview with María Galindo, anarchist, feminist, psychologist, from … Continue reading

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March 8: Calls for a feminist strike

From spain, from the 8M organising committee of the strike, from spain’s CNT anarcho-syndicalist labour union, from an anarcho-feminist collective in south america, and from an anarchist feminist collective in mexico …

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Silvia Federici: The joyful militancy of feminism

To share, the first of a series of reflections on contemporary feminism, in interviews, essays and so on, with the eighth of March, international women’s day as a feminist strike, in the foreground. What follows is an interview with Silvia … Continue reading

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“We Burned What We Could”: Anti-Police Revolt in Mexico City

From mexico: State authorities condemned the violence of a women’s protest against sexist police violence and femicide, in a country where on average ten women are murdered every (the Guardian 26/08/2019) … (from its going down, 20/08/2019) Just over a … Continue reading

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Forgotten sisters

We bring to an end our series dedicated to “voices of revolutionary feminism”, initiated with the essay Sabotaging Gender and Feminism, without any illusions about have said the last word on the subject. We close by sharing an article that … Continue reading

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Women and a revolution betrayed: Nicaragua

Voices of revolutionary feminism, or of revolutions forgotten and devoured from within … Anarchists always had great difficulties with the post-WWII anti-colonial movements and “third world” revolutions. Anarchists seemed to have been left by the wayside, as literally tens, hundreds, … Continue reading

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