26 December 2020

Why a magazine?

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Why a magazine? First of all not to waste!

I social media They have brought us together, allowed us to get to know each other and to organise political initiatives: they have been and remain precious above all for communicating quickly and keeping us networked. But they are also a lous place of high and senseless conflictwhere experiences and competences end up being flattened according to the dangerous 'one-value-one' logic. The same fate applies to content: valuable contributions homologated to insignificant posts and fakeand destined to be burnt instantly.

These are basically the reasons that led us to think of a magazine that selects -and preserves- the most important ones. self-published or 'imported' texts, videos and podcasts in which women's perspectives are freely applied to all things that happen in the worldcontent which, of course, will then be proposed to the large social audience.

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