If I could teach activists one thing

If I could snap my fingers and teach one thing to everyone in activist communities, it would be to understand movements as communities of practice for solving problems in liberty, and political theory as the collection of existing knowledge we have for understanding power.

A lot of people struggle with this technological view of activist practice (whether feminist, anarchist, socialist, Marxist or whatever else), in part because we often don’t really see social interaction in a…

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is a lawless unregistered transsexual, sometime activist and researcher of cis studies.

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Mallory Moore

Mallory Moore

is a lawless unregistered transsexual, sometime activist and researcher of cis studies.

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