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transphobia— 

RT @simone_kern_YA@twitter.com

Yesterday, the editor of Canary Lit Mag refused to let me use my pronouns in my own author bio.

After much deliberation, I’m sharing our whole email thread so queer writers will know to avoid this publication.

Transphobia disguised as “protecting grammar” doesn’t fly in 2019.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/simone_kern_YA/sta

"Some time ago I heard a well-known economist reply, when asked about solidarity economy, that while it is necessary for there to exist as much solidarity as possible, it mustn’t interfere with the structures and processes of the economy, for fear of affecting the basic equilibria. Our idea of solidarity economy is the exact opposite: there should be so much solidarity that it transforms the economy from within, structurally, generating new and authentic equilibria. "

#LuisRazeto Migliaro

“you own nothing, thief! not even the life you wasted on spite and avarice,” i shout at my landlord

Instance Block Recommendation: honey.church (Transphobia/Aphobia) 

honey.church literally defines itself as an "anti-mogai exclusionist lgbt instance."

It's an instance dedicated to LGBT folks who hate other LGBT folks.

Hate groups deserve to be de-platformed. ✊
#MastoAdmin

does anyone in washington dc want any baby praying mantises? hit up pulitzer prize winning washington post columnist gene weingarten. this isnt a joke twitter.com/geneweingarten/sta 🐘

"Block’hood is a neighborhood-building simulator that celebrates the diversity and experimentation of cities and the unique ecosystems within them. Budding city planners will have access to 90+ building blocks to arrange and combine and to create unique neighborhoods and discover the implications of their designs. The game will embark on a story of ecology and understanding as additional resources are always needed to unlock new blocks, configurations, and combinations to create more prosperous neighborhoods. Throughout the design process, players will need to avoid the decay of their city blocks by making sure each unit doesn’t run out of resources and become a strain on the complimentary units around them."
gog.com/game/blockhood

#solarpunk

a friend of mine is trying to escape a shitty situation and needs help! please give and/or share if you can :trans_heart:

gofundme.com/help-adri-get-to-

interesting that its always cishet white dudes who go for the "actually, leftism is about economics" and "all idpol is liberal nonsenes" takes :thinking_endlessly:

"While bringing about expropriation, society cannot continue to organize itself on the principle of parliamentary representation. A society founded on serfdom is in keeping with absolute monarchy; a society based on the wage system and the exploitation of the masses by the capitalists finds its political expression in parliamentarianism. But a free society, regaining possession of the common inheritance, must seek, in free groups and free federations of groups, a new organization..."

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uh yeah i’m an anarcho-napitalist and i’d really appreciate it if you stopped violating my naptime 💤💤💤

A Very Good Review Dunking on Asad Haider's Terrible Book 

socialtextjournal.org/towards-

Haider's "proposed dichotomy between a sectarian and divisive identity politics (by this point virtually synonymous with Blackness) and an expansive 'insurgent universality' merely displaces the terms of the “race versus class” debate while repeating a tired, class-reductionist argument in veiled form."

BLOOOOP

Have you read Aime Cesaire's letter of resignation from the French Communist Party? It's here, and it's Good As Fuck

abahlali.org/wp-content/upload

some of y'all really dont know what intersectionality means 

Mapping the Margins:
Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Color

and here's Crenshaw's 1991 follow up to Demarginalizing the Intersection:

racialequitytools.org/resource

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some of y'all really dont know what intersectionality means 

"I argue that Black women are sometimes excluded from feminist theory and antiracist policy discourse because both are predicated on a discrete set of experiences that often does not accurately reflect the interaction of race and gender... Any analysis that does not take intersectionality into account
cannot sufficiently address the particular manner in which Black women are subordinated."

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