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Dublin Hitch Hike, 2005

June 11th, 2005 · posted by chris 12-o-5 · marked as: Columns

An old column about hitchhiking to Dublin for chairty

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An old column about being pissed off…

November 11th, 2004 · posted by chris 12-o-5 · marked as: Columns

I read some of these old columns and they seem stupid and childish, but I guess I meant what I wrote at the time and that’s what an archive is for, so here you go.

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Interview with Zine Authors

February 10th, 2004 · posted by natalie · marked as: Articles · Interviews

I know from experience that zines are quite often put a very long way below bands or record labels in terms of importance within the “scene”. Strangely though it’s the world of zines where there are almost as many girls actively involved as there are boys. It’s certainly far more equal than the number of [...]

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Pornography and Society

February 10th, 2004 · posted by natalie · marked as: Articles

We live in a world where Americans buy nine million copies of Penthouse, Hustler and Playboy a month, where sex tourism is widespread, where across the internet pornographic images of any kind can be found, where English school boys will see, for many, their first glimpses of naked women and information about sex via magazines [...]

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Obviously we don’t agree on what’s obscene

February 5th, 2004 · posted by Chris Lever · marked as: Articles · Columns

“Obviously we Don’t Agree on What’s Obscene” Vanilla Sex by NOFX
It’s time the porn wars ended, and the argument within feminism moved on to another level of tolerance and exploration. Leading 70s anti-porn feminist Andrea Dworkin once described pornography as “Dachau brought into the bedroom and celebrated, and it’s the prehistoric viewpoints of these individuals [...]

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Patriarchy in Palestine

February 5th, 2004 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles

I have worked in Palestine at different times over the last year and a half. I have worked within and apart from the International Solidarity Movement to show solidarity with the Palestinian people, through direct action and also through sharing independent media skills with people of Jenin.
The first colonisation was that of women by men. [...]

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Feminism: The radical notion that women are people

February 5th, 2004 · posted by natalie · marked as: Articles

‘Feminism – the radical notion that women are people’ screams the frontwoman from Antiproduct and they have a point. Feminism is not some threat to men, only those in unfair positions of patriarchal power and in our society that’s a lot of men. For this reason feminism has been trivialised, marginalized and excluded in much [...]

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An introduction to anarcha feminism

February 5th, 2004 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · Columns

“Those who make revolutions half way only dig their own graves…”*
by Brenda Lone
“The true focus of revolutionary change is never merely the oppressive situations which we seek to escape, but the piece of the oppressor which is planted deep within each of us…” -Audre Lorde
Often it is called reactionary – by anarchists. Funny – the [...]

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