Posts Tagged ‘ feminism ’

Against the Couple-Form | LIES Journal

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“In this pathetic, stillborn world, we do have feelings. Sometimes we look at someone and think we are in love with them. We must crush the illusion that romance is or will be an avenue for liberation. We must divest from romantic relationships as means through which we might access a better world than this one. In realizing that their economies and conventions are part and parcel of the continuing soft disaster of our lives, we will leave behind all hitherto existing couples. New and perhaps unknown forms of feminist organizing present the only possible frontier for love.

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Make love. Anything can be sex. The body is rich and varied in its parts and sensations. So many ecstasies have yet to be felt. Get away from the genital organisation of ‘sexuality.’

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Construct autonomous feminist spaces where women produce their own action and discourse. Banish the mediation by men of relationships between women. Prevent a single relationship from alienating oneself from the processes that contribute to liberation and the abolition of capitalism and patriarchy. Let no single bond stand in the way of friendship, organizing, and advancing the interests of the class.

CLÉMENCE X. CLEMENTINE AND ASSOCIATES FROM THE INFINITE VENOM GIRL GANG
Against the Couple-Form

 

Source: Against the Couple-Form | LIES Journal

Muriel Rukeyser 101 by Benjamin Voigt | Poetry Foundation

Muriel Rukeyser. Photograph by Imogen Cunningham, 1945.

Tracing the remarkable work of a feminist pioneer

Source: Muriel Rukeyser 101 by Benjamin Voigt | Poetry Foundation

The Fall of Feminism: Jessa Crispin’s “Why I Am Not A Feminist” – Los Angeles Review of Books

Source: The Fall of Feminism: Jessa Crispin’s “Why I Am Not A Feminist” – Los Angeles Review of Books

Business Feminism – Los Angeles Review of Books

Source: Business Feminism – Los Angeles Review of Books

Simone de Beauvoir Born Today in 1908 | LitHub Daily

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Today in 1908, Simone de Beauvoir, (photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson), is born.

I Love Dick: The Book About Relationships Everyone Should Read | The Guardian

2100Chris Kraus … ‘Who gets to speak and why is the only question.’ Photograph: Reynaldo Rivera

I Love Dick