Johnnie Gallacher reviews a recent piece of Scots language literature from working class Airdrie author Graeme Armstrong.
“Feminism isn’t only a women’s issue. Yes, it suffers for the (perhaps unfortunate) name that implies a centrality of the experience of women, but the destruction of the patriarchy is something that will improve the entire human condition, not just the women’s half.”
In the aftermath of the murder of Sarah Everard, Emily Robinson argues that feminists must resist the urge to wield the tools of the carceral state.
When the tide of progress in Russia turned back in the 1930s, it was a gay communist from Edinburgh who made a desperate appeal directly to the Soviet leadership not to turn their back on human liberation.
Rowan Fortune, a London-based member of the English and Welsh organisation Anti*Capitalist Resistance, explores a very British oppression and the hope that solidarity can offer.
“Imaginings of a feminist, anti-capitalist future can only happen when women are incorporated into the movement in good faith and not as tokens.”