bluestockings is an anti-oppressive publication. We seek to publish pieces that are informed by Black power, intersectional feminism, gender self-determination, solidarity with Muslims, Indigenous sovereignty, decolonization, migrant justice, queer kinship, fat freedom, disability justice, prison abolition, radical self-love, and collective liberation.
bluestockings is committed to centering voices of people from marginalized and historically resilient communities, across multiple intersections of oppressed identity, including:
color, race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, immigration status, indigeneity, mental and physical disability, gender identity, sexuality, socio-economic status, substance use, status of incarceration, and experience of violence and trauma.
We understand that we erase certain identities and experiences by not listing them here, and we welcome your feedback addressing other identities that we haven’t included.
We hope to build a future where these marginalized and historically resilient communities are celebrated.