It’s hard to talk about bisexuality without making it sound like a sob story. I promise it’s not my aim; I always wish to engage in open and constructive conversations about sexuality so I hope you keep that in mind when reading these lines.
It’s no secret that self-identifying as a “feminist” in 2020 is often met with backlash, insults, and rebuttals that feminists are just “angry lesbians who hate men and grow armpit hair.”
I never thought I had a problem. I started drinking at 21 and by now (31) I figured I had the hang of it. I hadn’t done it ages so it wasn’t really an issue right? The “it” I’m referring to is vomiting.
As an argentine and a native Spanish speaker that has lived in the UK for five years, it always struck me as odd that most people (including some radical feminists) commonly call gender-based violence, ‘domestic’.
“In a racist society, it is not enough to be not racist. You have to be anti-racist.” In the last two months, the iconic words of Angela Davis have reappeared on protest signs and reverberated online, as the senseless death of George Floyd propelled the Black Lives Matter movement into the global spotlight like never before.
We won’t stop. And I’m not here to please anybody :) How much time did it take for you to recognise yourself as a feminist? This girl in the picture is my dear friend Indira. I’ve known her since my childhood and admired her from day one. When we were teenagers she was a badass political being. She was clever, smart and highly committed to make a better world.
I’m very happy to introduce a new beautiful design specially made for our allies! Lots of cis heterosexual men write to me everyday showing their support and they even tend to apologise in the name of all of them.
This #internationalwomensday we join millions of women, lesbians, trans and non binary people across the globe. We want a feminist world, one that is intersectional, anti patriarchal, anti colonialism , anti capitalism and anti racism. ❌We strike! ❌ We call for gender equality, reproductive health access and abortion rights, equal pay, labour rights and the end of all forms of violence against women and non binary people.
Comrades: 8M is just around the corner and as migrant women we want to unite and vindicate the struggle. As we know, women around the world will join the general strike. Many will leave the offices, cafes, kitchens, hospitals, classrooms and caring responsibilities for others; many will also leave their children in the care of the closest trusted male figure they have and that can support us in the struggle.
There is a garden inside of all of us. Join the circle of trust. You are gonna flourish while you make other flourish.Sorority teach us to abandon our egos, to…