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Class Struggle and Gender Trouble

Leaflet distributed by the CWO at protests around the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) happening around the UK last year.

Love & Rage Vol. 2 No. 4, April 1991

Vol 2, Issue 4 of Love & Rage, with articles on the Gulf War, letters, a report from an invasion of a Minneapolis TV station, a Queer Nation position paper setting out the "bash back" position, a hunger strike among women prisoners in Canada, the treatment of anarchist prisoner John Perotti, a beating in the Mansfield, Ohio control unit, the On Gogol Boulevard column with a report from an international syndicalist conference organised by the SAC, the Bulgarian Federation of Anarchistic Youth, a letter from the Berlin squats, Chris Day on building local anarchist groups, and notes of revolt with anti-gentrification resistance in New Orleans and more.

Student Protests in Turkey: A Communist Critique

There is an urgent need to break out of the reformist, legalistic, and parliamentarian strait-jacket that these protests confine themselves to.

Hamilton Pride Defender Update: Some charges withdrawn, others going to trial

An update on the situation of people facing charges for defending Hamilton Pride from a far-right homophobic attack. From the Pride Defender Solidarity Committee, via North Shore Counter Info. The charges against the two defendants that were expected to be withdrawn have been

Queer Fire: The George Jackson Brigade, Men Against Sexism, and Gay Struggle Against Prison

A collection of histories, speeches, and interviews with members of The George Jackson Brigade and Men Against Sexism. These stories give inspiration for the multiform queer struggle against prison, capitalism, and the state. This zine was compiled by Untorelli Press, and an audio version is available from Resonance Distro.

Amelio Robles, gait of the old soldier: (Transgender) masculinity in the Mexican revolution – Gabriela Cano

Avila, centre

Detailed article about the life and gender identity of Amelio Robles Ávila, transgender Mexican revolutionary, written by Mexican historian Gabriela Cano.

Conducta Impropria - Improper Conduct [video]

Documentary interviewing many refugees from Cuba, most were denounced as homosexuals and sent to the infamous forced labour battalions based in concentration camps built in Camagüey. (Spanish/French audio, English subtitles)

North American Anarchist Vol. 1, No. 9, March/April 1981

Issue #9 of the North American Anarchist, with articles on El Salvador and the FMLN, a militant gay demonstration in Toronto, self-reduction of prices in response to inflation, repression in post-Franco Spain, a critique of "cultish" tendencies in the anarchist movement, evolution and sociobiology, militarism and the arms race, reviews of the film 9 to 5, and books by Stuart Christie and Clifford Harper and about Johann Most, class and culture, the myths around Swedish social democracy, the British Columbia Telephone social strike, crisis at Chrysler, struggles in Poland and more.

Football: The hate that dares not speak its name! - Perry Groves

An article about homophobia in football from Black Flag #218 1999.

Get fucked, Bigdaddy!

A gay temp worker's account of workplace sabotage in a fundamentalist Christian company.