feminism

Toward a cybernetic communism: the technology of the anti-family - Nina Power

Toward a cybernetic communism: the technology of the anti-family - Nina Power

Nina Power's critique of Shulamith Firestone's classic radical feminist text, 'The Dialectic of Sex'.

Women’s popular movement and the Shining Path: The contradictions of patriarchal women's emancipation

Please enjoy this original piece I recently wrote, about women's liberation and the Peruvian Shining Path guerrilla movement. Any feedback and constructive criticism is welcome.

The Raven #21: Feminism, anarchism, women

21st issue of The Raven: anarchist quarterly dated January-March 1993 on anarchism, feminism and women. Some of these articles, like the one by Peter Geiger, for example are terrible. Reproduced for reference only.

Patriarchy, domestic mode of production, gender, and class - Christine Delphy

Patriarchy, domestic mode of production, gender, and class - Christine Delphy

Christine Delphy proposes that there is a parallel mode of production - domestic production - alongside capitalism.

Rethinking sex and gender - Christine Delphy

Rethinking sex and gender

Christine Delphy on the social construction of sex, gender, hierarchy and division.

The poverty of privilege politics

In this text from September 2012 the authors argue that privilege politics may not lead us towards a revolutionary perspective.

Moving towards solidarity - Laurie Penny

Transphobic feminism makes no sense, argues Laurie Penny.

Review: Anarchism and sexuality

DD Johnston's review of Anarchism and Sexuality, a multi-authored book edited by Jamie Heckert and Richard Cleminson (Abingdon & New York: Routledge, 2011).

Anarcho-feminism and Louise Michel - Marian Leighton

Marian Leighton on the beliefs and eventful life of the revolutionary Louise Michel.