non-residency is fragile shruti iyer on feminism, friendship, and sisterhood as alien-adaptation. read more.
the poetics of injury tiana reid talked to migrant workers in canada about their disposability in the eyes of the law. read more.
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We tend to underestimate how much of our childhood we carry with us in the day-to-day, not to mention deeper inheritances like religion and age-old superstition. Allison Stone digs into the occult undercurrents of her upbringing, and finds arcane skeletons and ghosts.
This week in acab: Cincinnati police try their best to repress riots, and more stories of police fuckery.
this week in acab: This week in ACAB, challenging authority can get you killed. And this applies to 5-O around the world, from Texas to Turkey.
"If private sex is about losing oneself in the moment, public sex is about finding oneself there." Hannah Gold on liminal space, exes, and that odd line between public fucks and private ones.
this week in acab: cops are liers, get used to it. ash jegroo brings you the scoop on sandra bland and other lives taken by police.
C.H.R.O.M.E. turns anarchist slogans into shareable memes.
“I convinced myself that moving on meant dating as many people as possible. I reasoned that I would only heal if I was too busy to notice that I was hurting.”
Capture the Confederate Flag #noflagchallenge dares people to take down publicly displayed Confederate Flags.
Riots in Arizona and Nebraska, hunger strikes in Georgia, and a critique of Hillary Clinton’s hollow prison reform rhetoric.
this week in acab: the police killed more people this week than any other week in 2015.
This week in #acab: the cops are wilding out all over the world — in Holland, Greece, and Ohio, too!
This month is a big, sloppy mess of a kiss from a drunken god. No one gets a dignified escape; we’re all getting pulled into the dance.