Category Archives: Anarchism

Bolivian Radical Feminist Maria Galindo on the State, ‘despatriarcalizacion’ and the story of Ekeko

[This interview originally appeared here] Mujeres Creando [wikipedia | website] is a radical feminist organization that has been confronting the patriarchalism of Bolivian society since the 1980’s.  We spoke with one of the founders, Maria Galindo, in the restaurant of their small hotel … Continue reading

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Lee Lakeman on Red Hot Video, the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade and the struggle against pornography

This recording was found on vmc. Reposting here with a transcript: (download mp3) “Red Hot Video was a series of stores, five I think, in the lower mainland. They were franchised owned stores which were introducing a line of videos … Continue reading

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Telephone

Lately, I’ve become convinced that politics on the internet is a giant game of telephone. [A] game played around the world, in which one person whispers a message to another, which is passed through a line of people until the … Continue reading

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Rethinking Sex and Gender – Christine Delphy

[Christine Delphy on the social construction of sex, gender, hierarchy and division. Reprinted from Sex in Question: French materialist feminism edited by Diana Leonard and Lisa Adkins 1996. PDF ] Rethinking Sex and Gender Christine Delphy1 Up till now, most work on gender, … Continue reading

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Abolition

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Rote Zora

“[I]n 1974 when Germany was still divided into East and West. A group of women got together on the western, democratic side of the wall and formed an anti-patriarchal group named after the red-haired, Robin Hood-like heroine of the 1941 … Continue reading

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The Wimmin’s Fire Brigade

The manifesto above is from Ann Hansen’s Direct Action: Memoirs Of An Urban Guerrilla, and the description below is also Ann appearing in 13 Women: Parables from Prison. Below are a few more articles about the Wimmin’s Fire Brigade. Canadian Women’s … Continue reading

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