I think of feminism fundamentally as a cause, as a quest to liberate women (and everyone, really) from gendered oppression. For me, it is an integral part of my socialism. There are other schools of thought about feminism: there’s pro-capitalist “lean in” feminism, the “patriarchy theory” kind of feminism, the liberal identity politics kind of feminism… but those are not feminisms I identify with at all.
- : 📰 On Women's Work Under Capitalism: The thing that’s prompted me to write this post is the interesting Jacobin article, Second-Wave Feminism’s …
- : 🏟 On Wimbledon and Married Women’s Names: What strikes me about this article (external link) is not so much the part about Wimbledon dropping …
- : 💵 Link: “The Fight for Free Time Is a Feminist Issue”
- : 🇦🇺 Link: “Carceral feminism and coercive control: when Indigenous women aren't seen as ideal victims, witnesses or women”
- : 👩🏻❤️💋👨🏾 Link: “Women Casual Sex Studies”
- : 📰 Link: “A Four-Day Workweek Will Benefit Everyone, But Especially Women”
- : 📢 Link: “Across Latin America, the Feminist Movement Is in the Streets”