Our second print issue contains an interview with the abolitionist organizer Stevie Wilson, essays about nineties nightlife in support of queer intimacies in Santiago, Chile, Barbz against pinkwashing, a translation of the communization theorist Gilles Dauvé’s latest work on the reactionary tendencies in the sexual liberation movement in Weimar Germany, a missive by Samuel R. Delany, a ritual script by Lou Cornum, a meditation on intersex experiences as the untheorized marrow of trans liberation, and more. There are also world-building drawings by the artist Chitra Ganesh throughout.
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We Demand Everything
One thing that this pandemic taught me in my organizing was that I had to teach people how to cooperate first
Early German movements for homosexual liberation had mixed results
To come out in itself can be a revolutionary act, an attack on the sexual division of labor
An attempt to concieve of faggot organizing as intimately connected to the contradictions of socially reproductive labor
Declaration of the Homosexual Liberation Front of Argentina
The safe sex party, or, what does water do to the fish
On smut and sci-fi
Barbz against pinkwashing
The commodity form has transformed the essential coordinates of human sexuality
Hermaphroditism shows up the unfixed nature of the human. It is the writhing reality of the plastic that always characterizes the flesh.
Welcome to the Indian Captivity Kink Workshop. Let’s discuss boundaries.
Aspects of retail lend themselves to being a form of trans work
An introduction to the work of a late comrade