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  • On a gender-fluid childhood, May 68, women's lib, radical gays and Lesbians, identity, #MeToo, and a bit more: an interview with Lola Miesseroff

  • Chaotic World Map

    "The main enemy of every people is in their own country." (Karl Liebknecht, 1915)

  • Romans & autres récits

    J'aime l'araignée et j'aime l'ortie,
    Parce qu'on les hait ;

    Victor-Hugo, Les Contemplations, 1886

  • 10 pm Do you know where your children are ?

    Reflections on fiction as social critique (with special reference to Cara Hoffman & Jean-Patrick Manchette)

  • A 21st Century Essay on (Same)Sex

    Interviewing the author of a book on a class analysis of sexuality, homosexuality, gay and Lesbian struggles, the LGBT+ community, gender, identity... and identity politics.

  • « L’ennemi principal est dans notre propre pays. » (Karl Liebknecht, mai 1915)

  • “Give him a mask and he will tell you the truth.” (Oscar Wilde)

  • Opéra San Carlo

    Will the real Constance Chatterley please stand up.

    On a recent translation of past and present French texts on feminism.

  • Class & Race in 20th century South Africa

    When proletarians fight for “class” and “race”, what is left of the meaning of each ?

  • Too Marxist for a feminist ? Too feminist for a Marxist ? Or not enough… ? Best see for yourself.

  • « Expect strong language, sexual scenes and violence throughout. »  (TV warning)

  • "Communisation": a concept too obscure ? or too radical chic ? For those who wish to know more, this mind-map may help.