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Friday essay: a sex-positive feminist takes up the ‘unfinished revolution’ her mother began – but it’s complicated
Raves, repairs, and renewal: how young Ukrainians are bringing joy to the rebuilding effort
After more than 250 days of assaults from Russian forces, Ukrainian resistance is taking more surprising forms. In an attempt to reconnect to their pre-invasion cutting-edge techno scene a group of young activists have been organising “repair raves” to attract people to help with the massive clean-up effort, dancing together while they do it.
by Belle Campbell soft, misshapen head bruised by your ego. her pockets sagging with the weight of your ham-fisted denial. you can never lie to her, still sleep like her. afraid of the dark, blindly groping the edges of this feeling, indecipherable layers of fear. the beak of lip and swell of cheek. the spring… Continue reading girl
Poetry | 136 Major
By Holly Stirman My secluded state C’est la vie en tenebres Dead Inquistiton Deliberating A slow decomposition Brain dead before body He plays with my mind Escape to freedom denied A brute fantasy A silent echo Of exhausting restlessness Panic at the club A rich illusion On looking from high above The faint film of… Continue reading Poetry | 136 Major