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Socially Accepted Racism: How European Antiziganism Prevails
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Socially Accepted Racism: How European Antiziganism Prevails

Antiziganism: racism or prejudice against Romani people.  After arriving in Europe during the Middle Ages from Northern India, Romani people faced distrust, forced assimilation, and oppression. Several states legalised the murder of Romani, and certain regions of present-day Romania only abolished Romani slavery in 1856. Together with Jews, they were blamed for nearly everything from the plague to arson, and … Continue reading

Mother Mirror
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Mother Mirror

This was originally published in the 4th Issue of Bluestockings Magazine. Trigger Warning: self-harm.   Mother Mirror Do you see through my stubble? Do you forgive my eyebrows? The shaking hands that paint my eyelids aren’t here today.   I’ve been drinking with the frat boys, covering rusted crutch cuffs with duct tape, and not … Continue reading

Marvelous Maternova: A Virtual Marketplace For Midwife Technologies
Culture / Sex & Health

Marvelous Maternova: A Virtual Marketplace For Midwife Technologies

When I think of technology, I imagine launching massive metallic satellites into planetary orbit and digitally reconstructed images of dinosaurs. “Appropriate technology” rests in peace as a buzzword of the 70s, long replaced by the synonymous, more savvy “sustainable development.” Meanwhile, our current mode of disinfecting our consciousness from the pollutions of capitalism rests upon our excessive creation of NGOs … Continue reading

Feminist Tracks: Kill J’s “You Have Another Lover”
Arts / Culture / Music

Feminist Tracks: Kill J’s “You Have Another Lover”

Not much is known about the Danish duo Kill J. Composed of Kill (Lennart Rasmussen, producer) and J (Julie Aargard, vocals), the duo has released a few tracks from their upcoming debut, to be released on the Sound of Copenhagen/Chess Club Records labels. Based on their scintillating mix (featuring J Kill’s unreleased “Dope High” & “Nun with a Son … Continue reading