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In activist circles and elsewhere, it has become commonplace to speak of self-care, taking for granted that the meaning of this expression is self-evident. But “self” and “care” are not static or monolithic; nor is “health.” How has this discourse … Continue reading
In collaboration with CrimethInc., members of SheRevolts will be offering a new zine later this summer, “Self as Other: Reflections on Self-Care.” Enjoy a sneak peek at the cover image here, and check out the introductory essay here.
The Politics of Radical Relationships
by C. de Gabriak On the anniversary of the Occupy movement, two speakers squared off to debate what tactics are legitimate and effective for bringing about social change, and who gets to define the movement’s goals. The debate exposed assumptions … Continue reading
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Why are relationships political issues? What does it mean to have a relationship that resists an oppressive model? Pleasure, vulnerability, the panopticon, Psyche, Melusina, intimacy and the empire, patriarchy, resistance and the intimate sphere, are some of the things we … Continue reading
Recherchez les Communards: The Anarchist Struggle of Louis Michel defenestrator archive by Bronwyn Lepore During her trial before the 6th Council of War on December 16th of 1871, Paris communard and professed anarchist, Louise Michel, accused of complicity in the … Continue reading
Essay by Corina Dross, from a lecture given at the Radical Relationships event on March 9, 2012. Corina can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Intimacy is often considered outside the realm of political discourse; politics is what we do out there, … Continue reading
I am not sure when it did all start. I know that it is one of those things that my mother somehow passed me along, even though I did not, at the time, want it or understand it, and even … Continue reading