Ableism

Not Broken: Rethinking Psychiatric Labels - By Shaun Riley

Not Broken: Rethinking Psychiatric Labels

Labels as Mechanisms of Control

We are living in a society that has constantly sought to categorize practically every aspect of existence. It should be no surprise then that human beings, as well as the experience of human consciousness have not been spared the rigid and narrow- minded definitions that pervade the mental health system.  read more »

Trangressive Ability

In my own words, I explain how society treats men like we're disabled women and how to fight back at those stigmas. I think it is reasonable to offer my discourse as well.

Promises And Pitfalls of Privilege Politics, The

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Put together by some anti-state pro-revolutionaries for a workshop panel discussion at the 2012 NYC Anarchist Bookfair.

Dan Savage Un-welcoming Party! Pamphlet

Dan Savage Un-welcoming Party

Radical queers and their allies came together to form an un-welcoming party for Dan Savage on January 21, 2012, outside the Vogue Theatre on unceded Coast Salish Territories. After successfully glitter-bombing Dan Savage outside the theater, the Homomilitia handed out over 200 pamphlets (each with a tiny glitter packet stapled inside!) to people attending the talk.  read more »

Worst, The Issue 2: Compilation Zine On Grief and Loss

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The Worst is a compilation zine on grief, loss, death, and mourning in radical scenes -- how grief intersects with radical politics, how we can support those we know who have lost people dear to them, how we can support ourselves through the overwhelming emotions that accompany loss and mourning, how we can create room in radical scenes for people to grieve and still participate, how we cope and t  read more »

So That We May Soar: Horizontalism, Intersectionality, and Prefigurative Politics

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Derailing for Dummies

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Making Discrimination Easier!

A simple. step-by-step guide to derailing awkward conversations by dismissing and trivialising your opposition’s perspective and experience. Just some of the many issues you can apply it to:

*sexism* *whorephobia* *racism* *transphobia* *classism* *homophobia* *albeism* *kinkphobia* *fatphobia*

guaranteed, you can use it to marginalise anyone!

Fuck You I'm Dyslexic

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by Maggie

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