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anarchism, meet 21st century feminism in the land of the free (draft one)

November 30, 2013

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As usual, this is a very rough draft, and because of my noobs status in understanding anarchism i feel very uncertain and nervous putting this out there. (What if i have it all wrong omgggggggg) so be gentle, but as ever criticism, questions, insights, and ideas are ALWAYS welcome.  It is only together that we […]

Thesis Intro –

October 14, 2013

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This needs minor adjustments and fact-checking… asterisks mark the spots, as well as some more clear definitions and expansions towards the end… where I talk about what my paper is ACTUALLY going to be about.  But here is the next step on my journey.     All men recognize the right of revolution; that is, […]

Dream Chasing!

October 4, 2013

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This website (bitcheswork) was launched today *cue applause* by an amazing lady I know .  It’s incredibly kick ass and deserves a lot of attention… and not that I have a plethora of followers, but I figured the least I could do was shamelessly promote it in any way I can! So check it out, […]

Queerness

August 9, 2013

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Queerness is not only about fiercer sex, truer gender expression, and theoretical masturbation; it has the potential to expand the possibilities available to intersectional movements for liberation. -Jason Lyndon, “Tearing Down the Walls: Queerness, Anarchism and the Prison Industrial Complex” You’re welcome

Hello, my friend, hello. It’s good to need you so…

July 27, 2013

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I’ve been very MIA on here.  Very stop … go … stop …  go …  stop…….. Perhaps I will get around to eloquently describing the experiences this year has brought so far and the new queer ways I am viewing the world and myself.  Spark-notes version: A lot of personal growth and transformation.  A lot […]

A love note

November 9, 2012

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To my progressives, liberals, radicals, and people seeking change, a love note: Why must we continue to look to other people/groups to make the changes we want to see happen? We look to our political party, or campaigns with people to “champion” issues we find important, or Nonprofits dedicated to social justice.  All of these […]

“progressive” party alignments, the “womens movement” and how it breaks my heart

November 6, 2012

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 “‘All voting,’ says Thoreau, ‘is a sort of gaming, like checkers, or backgammon, a playing with right and wrong; its obligation never exceeds that of expediency.  Even voting for the right thing is doing nothing for it.  A wise man will not leave the right to the mercy of chance, nor wish it to prevail […]