Between the Feminist Wave and the Green Anti Capitalist Sea

A Feminist Movement to End Capitalism  Part II:

Black Rose/Rosa Negra is a proud feminist organization. We take our political inspiration from the historical struggles of working class women, including those who carried out their work in the name of other movements or ideologies. While we value the feminisms that can be found in our own neighborhoods and workplaces, we also seek to learn all lessons possible from the parts of the world where feminism is ascendant. Our international partnerships have resulted in a strong Latin American perspective in our writing and ideological perspectives – something we find appropriate for an organization based in the Americas. We are excited to present the second in a two part series by Bree Busk looking at anti-capitalist feminism in South America with a wealth of concepts and analysis that we can draw from in the U.S.

See Part I for a glossary of terms used.

Between the Feminist Wave and the Green Sea: from Argentina to Chile

By Bree Busk

The student feminist wave of 2018 struck so suddenly and spread so quickly that its impact resonated far beyond Chile’s national borders. Like the student movement that rocked the country 7 years earlier, feminism forced its way into the public consciousness, changing the course of the country’s many social movements as well as government policy. This was accomplished through a series of groundbreaking events instigated by university and high school students as well as some of the largest feminist mobilizations ever to take place in Chile.

The first article in this series described how the current Chilean feminist movement held the potential to revitalize the country’s diverse social struggles through transversal, multisectoral politics.

This strategy was exemplified by the Coordinadora 8 de Marzo (C8M), the feminist coalition which advanced under the slogan, “Against the Precaritization of Life!” in answer to the suffering generated by the neoliberal project in Chile and the pervasive threat of patriarchal violence.

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C8M emerged from a movement rife with ideological conflict and harried by external threats.

After coordinating a massive mobilization on International Working Women’s Day 2018, they might have easily disbanded or collapsed under the pressure of internal divisions like the Coordinadora NiUnaMenos before them.

However, they were thrust into the driver’s seat of the movement when outrage peaked in the universities, eventually sparking feminist activity throughout the country. This rapid succession of events came to be called the Mayo Feminista (Feminist May) and marked C8M’s rise to prominence as the most representative body of the expanding movement.

As 2018 wore on, the wave of university occupations began to wane. However, the movement would soon be jolted back to life by the contagious energy of Argentina’s feminists who were making historic progress in their struggle for abortion rights. By July, Chilean feminists had donned their own green bandanas in imitation of their compañeras across the border. Consequently, Chile’s growing fascist movement launched its first counterattack. Meanwhile, the shifting political landscape compelled both grassroots and government forces to adapt to the new reality opened up by the student feminist wave.

Mayo Feminista

The feminist wave was carried forward by a surge of collective frustration with university leadership regarding the handling of sexual harassment complaints. While some student bodies had successfully pressured their universities into implementing protocols to resolve cases of abuse, the slow pace of bureaucracy and lack of will on the part of the administrations often led to disappointing results. Other schools had no protocols whatsoever and feminists had to start from zero.

Wherever the student movement had a foothold, this catalyzing issue was woven into the fabric of more established demands, such as the need for a non-sexist education (a disruptive demand raised in 2011 during the previous era of student mobilizations), institutional acceptance of queer and transgender students, and an educational experience free of sexual harassment and discrimination.

Student feminists drew strength and direction from these common demands, but also organized at the level of their departments or institutions to define their own political priorities and determine appropriate tactics.

In Chile, high schools and universities have been self-organized for decades, tracing back to the period before the dictatorship. Students are often knowledgeable about their institution’s unique heritage and take pride in passing political traditions on to the next generation. When necessary, they draw on their popular memory of struggle, using strikes, school occupations, and popular assemblies to exercise their power. The movement has evolved over time, eventually incorporating a series of feminist demands. However, the eruption of feminist strikes in 2018 demonstrated that change was not happening fast enough.

Students of the Universidad de Chile Law School demand the firing of Carlos Carmona, a
professor accused of sexual harassment. Credit: La Tercera

The first feminist occupation or toma took place in April 2018 at the Universidad Austral, located in the south of Chile. It was carried out in reaction to the mishandling of a disciplinary case against a professor accused of sexual harassment.

It was almost immediately followed by a second, more prominent toma at the law school of the Universidad de Chile (UCh). UCh, centrally located in Santiago, is one of the most prestigious universities in the country and is known as a hotbed of leftist political activity. A specifically feminist takeover was completely unprecedented; however, the student body was used to leaping into action and the feminist occupiers promptly transformed their school into an informal headquarters for the growing movement. In a matter of weeks, over a dozen university departments were occupied or otherwise paralyzed by strikes.

The Coordinadora Feministas en Lucha popularized a green bandana for the Chilean
movement for abortion rights. Credit: Moreen Ramos

School occupations are more than just a symbol of defiance or an act of civil disobedience. The interruption of “business as usual” serves as a check on institutional power and can force university administrations to find faster or more satisfying answers to student concerns. Furthermore, the occupied spaces become centers of self-managed educational, cultural, and political development. Students host and attend a wide variety of workshops and may even request specific trainings or political presentations from outside groups.

Run by popular assemblies, tomas give students the opportunity to form their own opinions and participate in direct democracy. In intense periods of struggle such as 2006 and 2011, school occupations were so common that they became a cultural touchstone for a whole generation. This has led some Chileans to develop a jaded perspective, viewing student resistance as little more than an excuse to get out of class. However, the feminist strike gave new dimension to these traditional tactics.

On May 11th, the public was shocked when a group of 127 female students from the Law School of Pontificia Universidad Católica (PUC) delivered a public letter condemning the sexist environment they had been forced to endure, including a list of misogynistic comments heard in classrooms.

The shock, however, came not from the content of this letter, but from its place of origin: PUC is a conservative, religious institution far more likely to be associated with gremialismo (a far-right ideology championed by Pinochet-advisor Jaime Guzmán) than feminism.

Even at the height of student resistance in 2011, PUC only experienced a single toma. Of note, this occupation was motivated by the demand to dismantle the Chilean Constitution of which Guzmán was the primary architect. It was carried out at PUC’s East Campus, the location of Guzmán’s assassination in 1991 at the hands of the Frente Patriótico Manuel Rodríguez.

La Casa Central of Universidad Catolica under feminist occupation. Credit: La Tercera

Everything changed on May 25th, when a group of feminist students occupied La Casa Central, the main building of the downtown campus. This historic event was marked with controversy, as the occupiers clashed with other students whose positions ranged from liberal feminist politics to outright fascism. These ideological conflicts largely played out in the media, but on the first night of the toma, students reported a brief confrontation between the occupiers and gremialistas. Both the unexpected nature of the feminist takeover at PUC and the subsequent right-wing backlash foreshadowed larger trends as the feminist wave continued to advance through the country.

High School Students Join the Struggle

There are several factors which distinguished the 2018 feminist wave from previous eras of student resistance, the most significant being that many of the popular assemblies voted in favor of “separatist” occupations, meaning that only women and sexual dissidents were welcome.

Even in spaces where men were tolerated, their leadership was not. This understandably produced some confusion for many male students who found themselves relegated to the back seat when it came to making political decisions for the student movement.

This dynamic was especially visible in the liceos emblematicos (emblematic high schools), the country’s most prestigious public schools whose mixed class character has produced a long tradition of leftist student resistance. The feminist wave forced the conversation on intra-movement sexism, threatening a separatist rupture if male students couldn’t adapt to the new political reality.

On May 15th, 200 students from the all-girls school Carmela Carvajal de Prat invaded and occupied the all-boys school Instituto Nacional in a landmark event. Using chairs and metal barriers as improvised stairs, the girls entered the campus at 12:15pm and established themselves in the building with barricades and feminist banners.

A few hours later, they were joined by a new contingent of 60 students from Javiera Carrera (another emblematic all-girls school) who initiated a solidarity protest outside. This headline-grabbing action marked a turning point for these student bodies, because for the first time, their fight wasn’t exclusively against the school administrations.

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Free Women – Mujeres Libres..The Anarcha-feminists Franco failed to exterminate

translated from Mujeres Libres, las anarcofeministas … (illustrations added)

The Marienea de Basauri Center (Bizkaia) has hosting an exhibition on the struggle of the historic anarchist women’s movement

“Mujeres Libres (1936-1939). Precursors of a new world “

women strike 19361936 piquete de trabajadoras durante la huelga mercantil en barcelona

In the end of summer, 2018,  the face of Sánchez Saornil was part of an exhibition that opened in the Marienea de Basauri center (C / Kareaga Goikoa, 54), a few kilometers from Bilbao. Related image

Her profile appears in one of the rooms of the Marienea center that hosted the exhibition

“Mujeres Libres (1936-1939). Precursors of a new world “, organized by the Anselmo Lorenzo Libertarian Studies Foundation (FAL), the CNT union and the Emakume Askeak group from Bilbao. Continue reading “Free Women – Mujeres Libres..The Anarcha-feminists Franco failed to exterminate”

12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair – 14th and 15th September 2018

12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair – 14th & 15th September 2018 – Teachers Club 35 Parnell sq & Wynns

The 12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair takes place on the 15th September 2018 at the Teachers Club 35 Parnell square and on the evening ofthe 14th at Wynns hotel.

Every year hundreds of people attend the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair for a day of inspiring discussions and the opportunity of meeting lots of other radicals, browsing books and meeting campaigns.

With few days to go we are finalising the details. Continue reading “12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair – 14th and 15th September 2018”

8th March..First Ever Feminist General Strike called in Spain

Its a Feminist women’s strike. In order to give it legal coverage it had to be officially registered by a Trade Union, in this case the anarchist CGT. But it’s not legal to call a Women’s Strike in Spain, so they went one further and registered it as the first feminist General Strike. Legal and official.

CGT women officially registered the Feminist General Strike 

Why is the feminist strike on March 8 different from all the others?

The mobilizations and the strike for International Women’s Day are called in more than 150 countries for a more just and egalitarian society. This is just one of the data that makes this call unique. la página web de la Comisión 8M.

On March 8, International Women’s Day, a new, unprecedented strike was called for, a women’s strike, which shouts to want them “free, alive, feminist, combative and rebellious”. Thus, a call is made to support the stoppages, for all women who can and for all women who do not. But do you know what this feminist strike means and why it is not like the others?

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Anarcha-Feminism.. by Flick Ruby..’real anarchists are always feminist’

For too long anarcha feminists have been labeled as the ladies auxiliary of male bomb throwers. The misconception and manipulation of both feminists and anarchist principles and practice have resulted in the use of sensationalist and ridiculing tactics by the state and its spokespeople.

This has not only polarised the general populace from potentially liberation concepts but has also polarised anarchist from feminists. In the past and more so recently there has been a uniting of these beliefs and Peggy Kornegger’s book; ‘Anarchism; the Feminist Connection’ goes so far as to say that the two genres of thought are inextricably tied although the connection has not been consciously articulated by feminists very often.

Read Download click  here..  Anarchism: The Feminist Connection. by Peggy Kornegger  

Kornegger argues that feminism “emphasis on the small group as a basic organisational unit, on the personal and political, on anti- authoritarianism and on spontaneous direct action was essentially anarchism.

I believe that this puts women in a unique position of being the bearers of a subsurface anarchist consciousness which if articulated and concretised can take us further than any previous group toward the achievement of total revolution.Image result for anarchist feminist

While anarchism has provided a framework for the transformation required, for far too long even this revolutionary ideology has been largely male identified; male articulated, male targeted and male exclusive in both its language and participation.It has therefore been unfortunately lacking in vital analysis especially with regard to the psychological and physical realities of oppression experienced by the majority of the human population: women. Continue reading “Anarcha-Feminism.. by Flick Ruby..’real anarchists are always feminist’”

10 differences between Anarcha-Feminists and Bourgeois Feminists

Feminism: 10 differences between the bourgeois and the anarchist.

by  noticias y anarquia shared with thanks   translation TheFreeOnlinedariung-feminists1- The bourgeois feminists seek the protection of women through the coercive apparatuses of the State. Libertarian feminists advocate self-advocacy for women in community.anarcha feminist transformation

2 – bourgeois feminism wants every woman to compete on ‘equal opportunities’ and be rewarded according to their individual merits. On the contrary, anarcha-feminists struggle so that each individual develops in solidarity in equality and that each one is satisfied according to her/his needs.mujeres kurdas..jpg

3 – The bourgeois feminists desire the incorporation of women in positions of power, in the parliament and the armies; In the upper management of capitalist enterprises and in government executives. Anarchist feminists want the abolition of hierarchical institutions. That is why they declare themselves anti-statists, anti-militarists and critical of parliamentarism.cropped-fab1 Continue reading “10 differences between Anarcha-Feminists and Bourgeois Feminists”


Sevilla's Rebel Pussy Dismissed!
Sevilla’s Rebel Pussy Parade…  ! Coño insumiso de Sevilla. Foto de Aurora León
  ‘..We dressed up and paraded, accompanied by a Rebellious Pussy through the streets of Seville on May 1st, 2014, as a metaphor of what we DON’T want to be: submissive trapped women..

Next thing  the feminists were charged with a crime of incitement to discrimination, hatred and violence for reasons related to religion, for parading their giant pussy with the CGT anarchist union on the workers demo.  (full report here English/Spanish) .

Sevilla Feminists
Sevilla Feminists
 In Spain the custom is to carry effegies of the Blessed Virgin, especially in Andalusia,  solemnly round the barrios demonstrating Catholic power.
Carrying a gigantic pussy instead is seen as sacrilege by the far right
Association of Christian Lawyers who demanded up to 4 years prison plus fines, and have taken a whole series of cases against collectives promoting sexual freedom, workers rights, Basque autonomy, etc..

The CGT supported the rebel pussy with legal help and their own pussy parade, and various feminist movements have followe suit,  see photos

Devil CGT anarchist support demo for accused in Rebel Vagina Parade, Sevilla.2016
Devil forgiven? CGT anarchist support demo for accused in Rebel Vagina Parade, Sevilla.2016 Continue reading “VICTORY for REBEL PUSSY PARADES.. Cases Dismissed”

Vi Subversa, Anarchist Punk Poison Girls Singer, has died

Vi Subversa, 1935-2016, Anarchist Punk Musician, Singer for the Poison Girls,

 by Chuck0 vi subversa

from infoshop news witrh thanks

Vi Subversa, former lead singer with the anarcho-punk band, The Poison Girls, has passed away at age 80. Subversa was associated with the British anarcho-punk scene. Subversa was one of the earliest punk musicians to feature feminism in their music.

Frances Sokolov (20 June 1935 – 19 February 2016), better known by her stage name Vi Subversa, was the singer and guitarist of British anarcho-punk band Poison Girls. Continue reading “Vi Subversa, Anarchist Punk Poison Girls Singer, has died”

Sat 6th: Stop the Global ‘Women Haters’ meetups

Thurs 4th Feb.. late news:..VICTORY…”King” surrenders.. Cancels all 180 ‘Hate Meetups’…  due to the huge wave of  worldwide rejection the pro-rape guru Roosh has cancwlled all events. Time to press home our victory , blocking his execrable site, stopping Google selling his disgusting pro-rape books, etc,
fat hateOn 6th Feb the pro-rape gurus ‘return of Kings’ have called meetings in 160 cities to assert masculine superiority and campaign for women to be subservient sex slaves.

Here in Barcelona the meet-up is called for 8pm under the Arc de Triomf using passphrase ‘where can I find the animal shop?’

A feminist counter demo has been called at 7.30pm, Sat 6th, at Arc de Triomf metro, c/ Napols exit.Changeorg-campaign

la cita a Barcelona ..a les 8 del vespre sota l’Arc de Triomf i per participar-hi cal preguntar als homes presents “on puc trobar una botiga d’animals?” La contra-concentració feminista amb el lema “Fora masclistes dels nostres barris” dissabte a dos quarts de vuit del vespre a la parada de metro d’Arc de Triomf del carrer Nàpols.

Return of Kings’ is one of several ‘macho-fascist’ groups who spend their time making violent attacks on women via social media that get millions of angry responses and create a media frenzy, before selling various by-products and making a fortune.

The call for meet-ups in 180 cities aims to be a self fulfilling goal, cashing in on extreme sexists around the globe who fear losing their privileges to female emancipation.tumblr_inline_nsy9tcjRdF1sjc2hl_1280

Counter demos have been called, especially in Australia, with the slogan ‘no free speech for fascists’ Continue reading “Sat 6th: Stop the Global ‘Women Haters’ meetups”

On the anarcha-feminist movement in Spain

Anarcha-feminism and anarcho-machismo in Spain


Interview with the Valeries by Jeremy Kay anarchism and machismo

We’ll start with a story that illustrates the sort of thing anarcha-feminists regularly deal with within the anarchist movement in Spain.

It happened at Casa Blanca – a squatted, self-managed social centre in central Madrid. It was a very big building with lots of space, and had more-or-less anarchist politics. It was squatted in early 2010 and evicted in September 2012. Hundreds of different collectives participated in the space.

Sometime towards the beginning of the occupation, a group of womyn asked the general assembly of the building for a womyn’s autonomous space. [This article uses the term ‘autonomous’ as is common among English-speaking activists, but the term used in Spanish is literally ‘non-mixed’.] The assembly said yes to this request, and the womyn started fixing up the space – cleaning and putting in lights etc.

During this time, we put up a poster on the door of the space that said ‘autonomous space – no machistas’ [ie ‘no patriarchs / macho arseholes’]. Someone wrote on the poster underneath ‘nor feminazis.’ That was a sign of things to come.images

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The Bountiful Benefits of Lesbian Sex


by lesbo-feminist Osa Flaca  (‘skinny female bear’) versión  original más abajo

The Benefits

1 – 100 % guaranteed Contraceptive Effectiveness : no prescription needed , its completely free and without hormonal side effects.

2 – Prevention of life-threatening diseases such as :

2.1 -“Compulsory heterosexuality
2.2 – Compulsory Maternity
2.3 – Chronic Anorgasmia!

3 – Collapse of heterocentrist myths about orgasm . Penetration and ejaculation ( the female does exist but isn’t the jet spray that appears in the movies) are possible but not essential.

4 – Increased aerobic capacity, flexibility and muscle tone . A lesbian sex session can last at least 40 minutes, including rubbing , stretching and various positions with a high secretion of endorphins.

5 – It has also been observed that the mouth movements made in the practice of lesbian oral sex prevent the emergence of “annoying heterosexual marks around the lips and perinasal region”.

6 – Reminding us of the importance of the clitoris . Lesbian sex gets away from the typical role of the clitoris as an “accessory that gets discovered if you are lucky \ ” and makes it the main beneficiary of the actions.

7 – Diversification of the “Erogenous zone” to any part of the body that can be stimulated successfully or serve as a penetrating member .

8 – Extension of pornographic imagery.  Although it is not necessary to imitate classic porno movies just to show you’re interested, if you should wish to do so you can act out any role , even more than one at a time.

9 – Breakdown of  the penetrated / penetrator binomial . All orifices are democratically available.

10 – Promotion of different vocal expressions . You can make any noise you want or remain in pleasant silence, as it is not really necessary to scream like a porn star to let others know you’re enjoying it.lips

11 – Eroticization of mystery and curiosity strengthening : the pleasure of arriving at your work and saying \ ” last night I had a fine lesbian sex session \ ” and know that nobody has any idea what you really mean and at least 80 % will take that doubt to their homes and beds ( the other 20 % do know but pretend not to.. that closet! ).

12 – Encouragement of self-examination and redefinition of desire . Frequent practice of lesbian sex , requires a high degree of creativity and body awareness and promotes:  masturbatory sessions , explorations in front of the mirror , auto-stroking thigh to thigh in public libraries, as well as erotic fantasies with fellow students / workers, teachers , waitresses, anonymous cyclists and generally any warm body that falls under your tortilla eyes.

13.- Dispersion of the time variable : while there are estimates based on shared experiences , usually a lesbian sex session has no default length . You know when it starts but not when it ends .

14.- Elimination of the age limits for the maintenance of desire: no desire or ages to be desired . The lesbian erotic values ​​the experience , disarms the usual canons of youth and the limits of what is desirable .

15 – Deconstruction of social impositions on beauty . A hairy leg or armpit unshaven for months can be highly erotic . Lesbian desire does not need to justify patriarchal discourses . Lesbians get hot for free bodies.

16 – Lesbian sex is extensive and varied , no time , no fixed positions, but the tongue hands and imagination are key. For example, if you’re reading this aloud while your hands caress the keyboard , it may be because you’re starting a pleasurable lesbian sex session .

Any day is good to be a lesbian.
And if you are already a lesbian, you can always be more.
Note for those with heterosexual identity :

Please kindly refrain from condemning this text with phrases like  ”it can also be done with a man ¨ or ¨ what  I like is cock \ “and other platitudes . Heterosexual sex is quite sufficiently promoted through the media, and science and in general by all institutions, including the family , even using coercion , torture and other strategies to maintain it as the only possible imaginary.

So cool it, their empire ( unfortunately ) will not crumble due to the promotion of other practices. Also, if heterosexuality is the ‘only  natural way’  and as pleasant as they say, would it really need such  heavy promotion.?
Think about it….. and look as well .

translation by The Free .  SEE at least 17 comments (in Spanish) HERE:

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Beneficios del sexo lésbico

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Osa Flaca1.- Eficacia anticonceptiva 100% garantizada: no necesita receta, es gratuito y sin efectos hormonales colaterales.2.- Prevención de enfermedades potencialmente mortales como:
2.1.- Heterosexualidad obligatoria
2.2.- Maternidad obligatoria
2.3.- Anorgasmia crónica3.- Derrumbe de mitos heterocentristas para lograr el orgasmo: la penetración y la eyaculación (femenina, sí, existe y no es el chorro de grifo que aparece en las películas) son posibles pero no obligatorias.4.- Aumento de la capacidad aeróbica, elasticidad y tonicidad muscular: una sesión de sexo lésbico puede durar como mínimo 40 minutos, lo que incluye frotamientos, elongaciones y posturas diversas, con altísima secreción de endorfinas.
5.- Mejoramiento de la calidad de la piel: los fluidos vaginales aplicados en el rostro, manos y areolas tienen un efecto reafirmante. Además se ha visto que los movimientos bucales realizados en la práctica de sexo oral lésbico previenen la aparición de molestas marcas heterosexuales alrededor de los labios y región perinasal.6.- Recuperación de la importancia del clítoris: abandona el rol que le ha dado la heterosexualidad como \”accesorio que se descubre si es que se tiene suerte\” a ser el principal beneficiario de las acciones.7.- Diversificación de zonas erógenas: cualquier parte del cuerpo puede ser estimulada satisfactoriamente o sirve como elemento penetrador.8.- Ampliación del imaginario pornográfico: si bien no es necesario emular películas pornos clásicas para demostrar interés, en caso de desear hacerlo es posible interpretar cualquier rol, incluso más de uno al mismo tiempo.9.- Quiebre del binomio penetrada/penetrador: todos los orificios están democráticamente disponibles.10.- Promoción de expresiones vocales diversas: puedes hacer los ruidos que quieras o permanecer en placentero silencio pues no es necesario gritar como actriz porno para que la o las involucradas sepan que lo estás disfrutando.11.-Erotización del misterio y reforzamiento de la curiosidad: el placer de llegar a tu trabajo y decir \”anoche tuve una exquisita sesión de sexo lésbico\” y saber que nadie tiene la menor idea de a qué te refieres en realidad y que del total de oyentes al menos el 80% se llevará la duda a su casa y a su cama (el otro 20% sí sabe pero fingirá que no. El clóset).12.- Estímulo de la autoexploración y resignificación del deseo: la práctica frecuente del sexo lésbico, al requerir un alto grado de creatividad y conocimiento del cuerpo, favorece las sesiones masturbatorias, las exploraciones frente las espejo, los autofrotamientos muslo con muslo en bibliotecas públicas, las fantasías eróticas con compañeras de estudio/trabajo, profesoras, meseras, ciclistas anónimas y en general cualquier cuerpo tibio que caiga bajo ojos tortilleros.13.-Dispersión de la variable tiempo: si bien hay estimaciones basadas en las experiencias compartidas, en general una sesión de sexo lésbico no tiene duración predeterminada. Sabes cuándo empieza pero no cuándo termina.14.-Erradicación de los límites etarios para la mantención del deseo: no hay edades para desear o ser deseada. La erótica lesbiana valora la experiencia, desarma los cánones habituales de juventud y los límites de lo deseable.15.- Deconstrucción de las imposiciones sociales sobre belleza: una axila peluda o una pierna sin depilar por meses son altamente eróticas. El deseo lesbiano no necesita los discursos patriarcales para justificarse. A las lesbianas nos calientan los cuerpos libres.El sexo lésbico es amplio y variado, no tiene tiempos, ni posiciones fijas, pero la lengua las manos y la imaginación son claves. Por ejemplo, si estás leyendo esto en voz alta mientras tus manos acarician el teclado, puede ser que ya estés iniciando una placentera sesión de sexo lésbico.homecoming
Cualquier día es bueno para ser lesbiana.
Y si ya eres lesbiana, siempre se puede serlo aún más.A las heterosexuales identitarias: por favor abstenerse de comentar este texto con frases como ¨eso también se puede hacer con un hombre¨ o ¨es que me gusta tanto el pene\” y otras frases trilladas. El sexo heterosexual está suficientemente promocionado a través de las medios de comunicación, la ciencia y en general todas las instituciones, incluyendo la de la familia, usando la coerción, la tortura y otras estrategias para mantenerse como el único imaginario posible. Así es que tranquilas, el imperio (lamentablemente) no se va desmoronar por promover otras prácticas. Además, si la heterosexualidad fuera ¨natural¨ y tan placentera como dicen, no necesitaría tamaña promoción. Piénsenlo.
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Eviction due of historic Can Vies anarchist center

update eviction battles: 

2nd day Barcelona riots for eviction/demolition of Can Vies

The building of Can Vies is historically a workers center going back generations. The Barcelona City Council, which has given the order, is intent on wiping out any social movement they don’t control.

more here:Save Can Vies: amazing videos and posters: updated

arrested antifascists

Can Vies, the legendary anarchist center occupied now dor 17 years,  in danger ! imminent eviction from April 1  and for  the whole month

Lets Stop it  AGAIN!

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