War vs. Democracy: Bombs Beat Ballots


  Donald Trump was recently on his first trip abroad as President of the United States. The itinerary could not be more revealing: Saudi Arabia, Israel, The Vatican and Brussels. If it is not clear to you why this is astounding , I'll try to explain. Trump repeated endlessly during his campaign-and many if not... Continue Reading →

The Lucky One- Poem


I am, indeed, the lucky one whose every dream has come undone and where I go, always I see the others who are lost in scenes of splendour, unreal, for sale on every corner of every street. No one's around, there's not a sound to be heard. Still, my heart pounds so loud it always... Continue Reading →

The Unfamiliar Family, A Green DogView


  What is a family? How does a family come to be a family? Who is responsible for keeping the family together? To me, the point of family is to nurture, protect and support  people and in exchange these people accept certain common 'burdens' such as doing tasks and looking out for each other even... Continue Reading →

Women and Mothers, Teachers and Warriors


    Women. We are all daughters. Some of us are sisters, mothers, wives, girlfriends, best friends and lovers. We are powerful in and of ourselves. We bear life. We sustain  relationships, families, nations,  empires. I want to say thank you to each and every one of you, my sisters, my fearless warriors. In spite... Continue Reading →

ANARCHA-FEMINISM * by Flick Ruby


  For too long anarchist feminists have been labeled as the ladies auxiliary of male bomb throwers. The misconception and manipulation of both feminists and anarchist principles and practice have resulted in the use of sensationalist and ridiculing tactics by the state and its spokespeople. This has not only polarised the general populace from potentially... Continue Reading →

Silvia Federici


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Revolution at Point Zero: Housework, Reproduction, and the Feminist Struggle

It is the demand by which our nature ends and our struggle begins because just to want wages for housework means to refuse that work as the expression of our nature, and therefore to refuse precisely the female role that capital has invented for us.

To ask for wages for housework will by itself undermine the expectations that society has of us, since these expectations—the essence of our socialization—are all functional to our ageless condition in the home. (19)

To say that we want wages for housework is to expose the fact that housework is already money for capital, that capital has made and makes money out of our cooking, smiling, fucking. At the same time, it shows that we have cooked, smiled, fucked throughout the years not because it was easier for us than for anybody else, but…

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