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HATRED OF CAPITALISM
A Semiotext(e) READER
EEdited by Chris Kraus and Sylvere Lotringer
Hatred of Capitalism
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E’ tempo di frenare la macchina del sistema e arrestarla: è tempo di (ri)conquistare il pianeta e noi stessi, se non vogliamo che la macchina che l’uomo ha costruito, e che si è poi autonomizzata volgendoglisi contro, finisca davvero per provocare una completa catastrofe. read more »
Con “queer”, intendiamo “guerra sociale”. E quando parliamo
di queer come conflitto con ogni forma di dominazione, è
quello che intendiamo.
Se vogliamo genuinamente ridurre in rovina questa totalità, dobbiamo
porre una rottura. Non abbiamo bisogno di inclusione nel matrimonio,
nell’esercito e nello stato. Abbiamo bisogno di distruggerli. Basta politici read more »
"Genere e genitali costituiscono la roccaforte del controllo che vincola ogni persona ad un ordine sociale che ha serie difficoltà a tollerare la diversità o il cambiamento" (Jamison Green)
a personal chronicle of self-healing and acceptance in the wake of rape. a meditation on what it means to have a queer body, to reclaim that queer body, and to consider the issues of sexuality, gender, and queerness in light of sexual violence. contains frank discussion of rape, sexual assault, addiction, self-harm, anxiety, depression, and similarly triggering subjects.
mini-zine published and distributed by f.i.e.r.c.e.n.e.s.s., providence RI queer propagandists & recruiters, at the "queer animal future" dance party, july 15 2011. (original copies were printed with a queer animal mythology (graphics only) on the reverse side.)
this PDF is formatted for printing. read more »
Queer Chican@ Zine, #1.
Art/Poetry. The creative issue.
check it out/submit/follow at http://queerchicanowzine.tumblr.com
During one of the Conflict Hours at the Mendocino Men’s Conference Malidoma Some` spoke eloquently on indigenous people’s views of gay men. He kindly agreed to elaborate on his views with Bert Hoff among the redwoods of Mendocino.
A zine compiled by Austin ladies’ group B.E.T.C.H. (Beautiful, Educated Thunder Cunts from Hell) exploring consent, positive sexuality and healing. Contributions include essays, personal stories, comics and art work. Some of these entries deal with sexual assault and can be triggering, read with care.
Just a flyer about Consent! Put up everywhere, especially in yer bedroom.
The full title of this zine is "How to Put Together Your Own Participatory, Community-Specific, Radical Consent Workshop." The zine offers a thorough blueprint for one kickass consent workshop. The zine was assembled by, and this workshop model was beta tested by, a Seattle University student group called Northwest Break the Silence. read more »
I learned how to use InDesign and did some edits, so now it looks way better than the original. read more »
Letters/notes to people in the world. At the very end of 2010 / beginning of 2011...trying to process a lot of things, mostly related to current and past relationships...ended up sitting down and writing the following letters / notes to people
one page, double sided trifold zine about how it's a really good idea to listen to your fellow queers when they say that using a word isn't appropriate. this edition is about the word "tranny."
MONIQUE WITTIG (1935-2003) WAS A FRENCH RADICAL
LESBIAN THEORIST. SHE WAS INVOLVED IN GROUPS SUCH
AS Les Féministes Révolutionnaires AND Les Gouines
Rouges (THE RED DYKES).
THE STRAIGHT MIND was published in 1980.
one is not born a woman was published in 1981.
both texts taken from wittig’s essay collection
‘the straight mind and other essays’.