George F presents a selection of essential queer anarchist creators from Youtube.
The anticapitalist struggle is an intersectional one. Liebig34 provides a perfect example. In their fight against housing being a commodity, capitalism and patriarchy, they have been a symbol for radical queer feminism for 30 years. Now, the project is faced with the threat of eviction. Being the valuable and inspiring project that Liebig34 has been,
International Non-Binary People’s Day fell on Tuesday 14th July this year, and much like all days and weeks and months for the queer community, social media sites were flooded with colourful illustrations and impactful personal reflections relating to the non-binary experience. It wasn’t my initial plan to write about this day, but as I realised
On Tuesday 11th February, 4 anarchists and a dog from the militant trans collective EastEndQueerPunx staged a symbolic eviction resistance in solidarity with sex workers everywhere.
Starting on Thursday 26th September, the Temporary Autonomous Art (TAA) will return to a secret London location. This well established event brings together underground artists in order to put up an open access, and often unruly, art festival in a squatted venue. Most of the programme for the September 2019 TAA is finalised and includes
Last Saturday Edmonton’s annual Pride Festival march was successfully blocked by protesters unhappy that the police and military are allowed to join. The blockade, organized by a coalition of queer and trans people of colour and allies, lasted for more than half and hour after around 30 protesters formed a human chain at a road junction
This the final article from Cava Sunday’s blog on anti-hipster politics, reposted with permission. This has been really difficult to write. I have been poring over it for days trying to make what seemed to be gutteral, knee-jerk reactions seem more intelligible. I keep switching tenses, persons and so on. But Ive decided to get
This was originally posted on the Warwick for Free Education blog who are currently occupying their university in support of free education and in protest at the brutal treatment they faced at the hands of the police and university staff last week. It’s been an eventful three weeks. On November 19th I was at the Free