from Autonomy//253 Distro
by the sali distro project
a guide to local groups, online resources, zines, books and films on trauma, survivor support, communication, mental health, community accountability, anti-sexism, addiction, and conflict mediation. read more »
Open and Closed Families
by Colin Ward
Love relationships, jeolosy, rejection and liberation
by Adam Bregman
Collaged with love for you by Liberty
Revolution in Conflict: Anti-Authoritarian Approaches to Resolving and Transforming Conflict and HarmSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 09/13/2010 - 05:07.
This is a transcript of a recording of a workshop given at the 2008 NYC Anarchist Bookfair. The workshop title is Revolution in Conflict: Anti-Authoritarian Approaches to Resolving and Transforming Conflict and Harm. read more »
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!
A workbook zine from some cool folks at the Wench Collective in Kentucky.
About: sensuality, intimacy, sexual identity, sexual health and reproduction, and seuxalization.
This is the second newspaper put out by the World Without collective based out of Melbourne. Their new website, different from the one listed in the newspaper, will be http://www.worldwithoutsexualassault.org/ though it is not yet online. World Without also runs a distro at http://www.myspace.com/bottlesandbonesdistro, and they have an email address: email@example.com
The newspaper has articles on topics like grieving and mourning, myths about sexual assault, restorative justice, consent, and support.
Everyone knows the terrible communities, having spent time in them or being within them still because they are always stronger than the others. And because of that one always stays, in part – and parts at the same time. Family, school, work, and prison are the classic faces of this form of contemporary hell. But they are less interesting as they belong to an old form of market evolution and only presently survive. read more »
This is a quick guide to consensus that consensus-based groups can hand-out to newcomers and interested folks to help clarify how the consensus process works. From here the newcomers can learn by watching and participating.
If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or some pent up rage that hate mail would satisfy, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
I also have a blog (how modern and useless!):http://www.devilsclawdistro.blogspot.com/
i am a zine about
life . sex . mental illness
friends . losing it . hope
places . people . support
i am ready to print.
Despite its problematic affinities for primitivist idealism, and despite—or because of—the current vogue for equating non-monogamy with “lifestyl- ism,” this piece deserves to be read. There is an ongoing popular “wisdom” which says it is reasonable for people navigating the murky waters of relation- ships to resolve emotional discrepancies through the creation of rules, “compromises” that no one is really happy with and that only lead to control games and catastrophes later on. read more »