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2 March 2021
"I just wanted to give a name to things': the self-awareness of an immigrant girl in search of her freedom
A very intense text. It is the sharing in writing of the work of self-consciousness that A., a twenty-year-old native Peruvian immigrant girl in Italy, is doing on herself in order to process the fatigue and pain of having grown up in the strongly patriarchal context of her family of origin. A.'s intention is to get rid of self-sexism, recognising in her mother a "sister" who is a victim of the same violence she suffered, forgiving her for her apparent "complicity" and for her silent acceptance [...]
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28 February 2021
HIMPATHY: empathy for men who kill women
This article by Julie Bindel analyses why in every case of feminicide one always empathically looks for 'reasons' that can somehow justify the murderer (better said: one looks for ways to give him some reasons). He was depressed, unemployed, distressed, exhausted, blinded by jealousy. Exasperated. So he killed her. Of course, he shouldn't have done it: but that's why he did it. The media constantly and methodically do this job: they look for the "reasons", they try [...]
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27 February 2021
Liberal feminism and the veil as a symbol of freedom
Caroline Fourest (La Génération Offensée) explains: 'Patriarchy is cunning. It has more than one ace up its sleeve, otherwise it would have disappeared long ago. In our day, it has found the mask of "intersectional feminism" to explain to young feminists that the fight against genital mutilation or against the veil plays into the hands of racists, and that it would be better to accuse secular and universalist feminists of being dirty white bourgeois and Islamophobic. Even when they are of Muslim culture and denounce [...]
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26 February 2021
Making money by 'dismembering' and reselling women's bodies: the global power of the gender identity industry
What you see in the picture are not dolls. They are child-shaped sex toys used by fetishists who insert them inside their bodies in order to 'give birth' to them. The fact that there is an online trade in these objects testifies to the widespread popularity and social acceptance of this type of paraphilia, which the clinic calls autogynephilia. In addition to using women's clothing and accessories, as in the practice of cross-dressing, autogynephiliacs fetishise menstruation for erotic purposes -using tampons found at the [...]
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25 February 2021
Phygital: when the boundaries between real life and online life fall away
In the beginning was Second Life! Second Life is an online digital virtual world that saw the light of day in 2003. Anyone can enter the game by assuming an avatar (a likeness/character), move, relate, act using that avatar, and create the content of the entire virtual world through interactions. One can get lost in this virtual reality of 'total immersion' and 'parallel reality'. It is difficult to say whether 'Second Life' generated the phenomenon, predicted it, foretold it or inspired it. The fact is that [...]
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24 February 2021
Criticising the trans movement? Amazon won't sell your book
It seems that nowadays it is the colossal private companies (from Amazon to Twitter to Facebook) that decide what is permissible to think-say-write, punishing you with a ban or censorship if what you think-say-write 'violates standards' (this is usually the formula). In the last few days it has been the turn of the well-known British activist Posie Parker, whose Zoom account has been temporarily suspended, with the threat of definitive blocking, for her gender-critical positions. Sometimes you're not even told in [...]
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23 February 2021
A voce sola: Queer invades universities
Gender studies, which was born to welcome female knowledge and represent it in the academies, has long since become a transfeminist and queer reserve (Julie Bindel explains it here). Provincially, Italian universities are in line with the trend - the phenomenon is consolidated in the Anglo-Saxon world and indeed shows some signs of abating - and in their educational offerings they do not fail to include proposals such as this one from the University of Turin, Department of Law: "Seminar on Lgbtq+ Law" (?), a compendium of the themes of that subculture - [...]
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22 February 2021
Transactivists 'hang' Spanish vice-premier Carmen Calvo for her criticism of the Trans Law
A puppet with the mask of Carmen Calvo, socialist vice-premier of Spain, was found hanging from a tree in Plaza 8 de Marzo in Santiago de Compostela. On the puppet a sign: "I am lost... Where is the patriarchy?" (here the article of El Mundo). Carmen Calvo was "executed" for her highly critical stance on the so-called Ley Trans, which aims to introduce in Spain the free choice of gender identity (self-id) without any judgment, expertise or act [...]
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21 February 2021
Clara and the others, killed by men: Recalcati's analysis leads us astray
Because she was sure it would end like this, Clara Ceccarelli, killed with thirty stab wounds in Genoa by the ex-boyfriend who had been torturing her for over a year, went to pay for her own funeral a fortnight ago. She did not want to get her son and old father into trouble. She was hyper-responsible. She was strong and thought of everyone. She wanted, as they say, to leave things in place. This is the horror that Clara lived in. Her terrible loneliness, her resignation. She knew that [...]
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19 February 2021
"Gender? No thanks. Women and men. Modernising the language of politics
Radical feminism has long since stopped using the term 'gender' to refer to sexual difference. In fact, it no longer uses it at all: "women and men" or even "the two sexes" are words that are perfectly fine and have the advantage that they cannot be misunderstood. Language is the human environment, the world is built with words, which is why they must be chosen carefully. Since the 1990s, the word gender has been completely redefined. Mary Daly had prophesied: of [...]
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18 February 2021
Those good progressive boys, fake friends of feminism
Radical feminism around the world is discussing the need to stop having illusions about the left's support for the women's movement. Today, on the contrary, left-wing transhumanism (free sex work, free uterus for rent, support for gender identity, hormones for girls and boys and all the rest) is creating many problems for women. Here is an example of left-wing anti-feminism of these very days: the newspaper Il Manifesto which reduces to a brawl between envious hysterics (Carmen [...]
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17 February 2021
Why does gender identity enjoy such support? Just because people are afraid to say how they really think
Why does everyone support gender ideology? This is a question we keep hearing and also ask ourselves regularly. Everyone knows that human beings cannot change sex, so why does it seem that everyone agrees with gender ideology? It can be difficult to deal with this contradiction, seeking explanations for the seemingly illogical human behaviour that surrounds us. Are all those who blindly repeat 'trans women are women' stupid or uneducated? We know this cannot be the case, so many people [...]
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