Why do you care about what happens in private? Don't you know it's consenting adults? Don't you know it's only roleplay? What about female dominants? And more.

date: 2016/10/26

Capitalist Sexuality and “Sex-Positive Feminism”

If capitalism is the age of the commodity, then patriarchy under capitalism is the age of commodity sexuality. Capitalist-patriarchal relations are defined by the evaporation (or near-evaporation) of the ‘moral housewife’ model, and the success of new forms of subjugation through liberal or neo-colonial notions of liberation.

date: 2016/07/11

Is Gender Inherently Oppressive? Should we Abolish Gender?

Communists say that gender is an imminent reality today due to class society. Gender is fundamentally and irrevocably a hierarchy of oppression, exploitation, and domination. The genesis of gender is in the genesis of oppression and exploitation, and the exodus of gender is in the exodus of oppression and exploitation.

date: 2015/06/14

The Eroticisation of Gender

The cause of so much confusion over the nature of gender is that gender is a construct of unparalleled proximity. Gender is a construct of the private home, of the confines of the bedroom and the kitchen. It's the construct of intimacy.

date: 2014/12/17

How Much of the Labour in the World is Performed by Women?

Most feminists have heard the soundbite "women are 50% of the population, do 66% of the work, receive 10% of the income and own less than 1% of property" before, but it's rarely backed up by a citation. Here I attempt to provide some sort of answer.

date: 2014/09/29

Western DPRK Propaganda: The Worst, Occasionally Hilarious, and Often Racist, Lies

Landing on the sun? Women banned from riding bicyles? People executed for watching forgein films? Cannibalism!?

date: 2014/08/14

Men Should do More Childcare than Women

Calls for an equal childcare contribution from each of the parents involved with a child completely miss the mark, as childcare is only a subset of the work required in the production of a new human being. Pregnancy, breastfeeding (if applicable), and childcare are all work. The time – the work – one of the parents spends pregnant and breastfeeding should therefore be offset by an equivalent amount of work spent caring for the child from the other parent(s). Men should do more childcare than women.

date: 2013/07/24