sfsfsfsfs;kl;lk i wrote a short essay thing as a response to an article that criticised intersectionality in anarchism
it's probably full of typos and not very good as i haven't proof-read it yet and im tired as shit but i really wanted to write it because i feel like the subjects discussed are very important to me!!! lol :)
@cocoron this is really good and l like how you use examples to show how intersectionality and anarchism complemente each other.
A couple of points for accessability. The term eudaemonia could do with explanation (briefly, in brackets). I had to look it up as I've never heard/read it before. Same with 'Gramsci and Debord's nightmares come true' which I'm not sure how to even look up.
"We don’t want hear about the next DIY event, queer night or squatter fest that excludes all but those who have the right language, dress code, or social circles.. Come back when you have something genuinely meaningful, subversive and dangerous to the status quo"
fine, y'all. 2001 wants its proto-alt-right talking point back, Spencer is getting lonely without it
Thank you for taking this on, btw. I vote with my feet, but that doesn't mean that everybody else should, necessarily. (Although I'm definitely not objecting if people do, and it'll probably make it easier to build something that's actually useful.)
Stopping before I start to rant about manarchists
Sunbeam City is a solarpunk instance.