...[The] more we read and wrote together, the more we desired a means to devise a theory and politics that is inchoate but at least our own. This journal is that: a way to communicate, to be overcome by the feminist commune, to survive with lesser pain or better pain, to become a more precise and effective force.
LIES COLLECTIVE 9
NOT-SEX AND SOCIAL RELATIONS
C.E. - Undoing Sex: Against Sexual Optimism
CLÉMENCE X. CLEMENTINE - Against the Couple Form
M. SANDOVSKY - Letters to L: Visions and Paranoia
SOGUMI - salt wedge (excerpts)
JOMO - Caring: a labor of stolen time: Pages from a CNA’s Notebook
NOTES ON STRUGGLE
WENDY TREVINO - Santa Rita 128 to 131
W.&.T.C.H. 111 - On the Recent Occupations: A Communique from W.&.T.C.H.
BARUCHA CALAMITY PELLER - Women in Uprising: The Oaxaca Commune, the State, and Reproductive Labor
JACKIE WANG - Against Innocence: Race, Gender, and the Politics of Safety
IDENTITY, ABOLITION, COMMUNIZATION
MAGDA LLWHISK - Don’t try to dig yourself out of the hole. You won’t get out.
P. VALENTINE - The Gender Distinction in Communization Theory
SKY PALACE - “To Be Liberated From Them (Or Through Them)”: A Call For a New Approach
“All the Work We Do As Women”: Feminist Manifestos on Prostitution and the State, 1977 217
SUZAN COOKE - “We Referred To It As Coming Out”: Recollections on Trans Identity, State Violence, and 1960s Radicalism
Normal Life: Administrative Violence, Critical Trans Politics, and the Limits of the Law, Dean Spade