Anarchist Communism

"When you go into a public library, the librarian does not ask what services you have rendered to society before giving you the book. In the same way, those who man the lifeboat do not ask credentials from the crew of a sinking ship; they launch their boat, risk their lives in the raging waves, … Continue reading Anarchist Communism


#Notallmen, #Menenism, Manospheres and Unsafe Spaces: Overt and Subtle

“While feminists have long emphasised the extent to which constructions of gender impact negatively on men[1], the same message as engaged by the alt-right, MRAs and the manosphere does so with an explicit or tacit support of essentialised gender hierarchy and male supremacy. This allows them to critique feminism for undoing this natural way of … Continue reading #Notallmen, #Menenism, Manospheres and Unsafe Spaces: Overt and Subtle

The Monogamous Family

“THE MONOGAMOUS FAMILY [...] is founded on male supremacy for the pronounced purpose of breeding children of indisputable paternal lineage. [...] Monogamy, then, does by no means enter history as a reconciliation of man and wife and still less as the highest form of marriage. On the contrary, it enters as the subjugation of one sex … Continue reading The Monogamous Family

Aspects of Sociology – Ideology

“Political liberalism in its late period with its concept of freedom of opinion, which in any case possesses a certain affinity to relativism, insofar as everyone is to be allowed to think what he wishes, because they are only thinking what is most favorable to their interest and self assertion, regardless of its truth–this liberalism … Continue reading Aspects of Sociology – Ideology

The Continuing Struggle

“[F]reedom of speech is by no means a deeply entrenched tradition even in the United States, which by comparative standards is quite advanced in this regard. The same is true of other rights. [...] As is well known, even the right to vote was achieved in the United States only through constant struggle. Women were … Continue reading The Continuing Struggle

Introduction to New Departures in Marxian Theory

“. . . As earlier anti-slavery movements eventually went beyond reformist demands for slaves to be treated better to arrive at the fundamental demand to abolish slavery per se, so Marxists go beyond the reformist critics of capitalism to demand its abolition as a class structure. If human beings must be free to be fully … Continue reading Introduction to New Departures in Marxian Theory

Individual and Institutional Racism

  “Racism is both overt and covert. It takes two, closely related forms: individual whites acting against individual blacks, and acts by the total white community against the black community. We call these individual racism and institutional racism. The first consists of overt acts by individuals, which cause death, injury or the violent destruction of … Continue reading Individual and Institutional Racism