Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Queer are sexual, gender, and sexual orientation identities constructed outside cisgendered or heteronormative conventions.

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A Cyborg Manifesto - Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism

In 'A Cyborg Manifesto', Donna Haraway criticizes traditional notions of feminism, particularly its emphasis on identity, rather than affinity. She explores the potential of the cyborg concept in order to construct a postmodern feminism that moves beyond dualisms and the limitations of traditional gender, feminism, and politics.

Topics: anarchism, feminism, introduction, lgbtiq, transhumanism
Authors: Donna Haraway

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Creating Radical Change

Challenging the Mainstream Gay Agenda: On Marriage, Militarism, and Hate Crime Laws

Topics: anarchism, capitalism, gender, lgbtiq, militarism
Authors: Anonymous
Editors: Bash Back Denver

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Dangerous Spaces

Violent Resistance, Self-Defense, and Insurrectional Struggle Against Gender. NOTE: Much of the content in this zine may be triggering.

Topics: direct-action, feminism, hender, lgbtiq
Authors: We'll Show You Crazy, Bitches
Publisher: Untorelli Press
Date: 2012

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Dismantling the Boy's Club

Towards the Destruction of Patriarchy

Topics: anarchism, feminism, lgbtiq
Authors: bahlaz
Publisher: After the Fall Distribution an Press
Date: 2008

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Essentialism and the Problem of Identity Politics

Essentialism is the idea that there exists some detectible and objective core quality of particular groups of people that is inherent, eternal, and unalterable; groupings can be categorized according to these qualities of essence, which are based on such problematic criteria as gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, and class. Racism, sexism, classism, and most other forms of historical oppression are ideologies and policies maintained and justiÀed by essentialism.

Topics: anarchism, fascism, gender, indigenous, lgbtiq, privilege, race, theory
Authors: Some Delinquents

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Men Can Stop Rape

Supporting survivors, what men can do, racism and rape, and notes specific to male survivors.

Topics: anarchism, consent, feminism, lgbtiq, prisons
Authors: Anonymous
Publisher: Kansas Mutual Aid Collective
Date: Spring, 2003

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Militant Flamboyance

A brief history of the stonewall riots and other queer happenings. There is a rich history to celebrate and take pride in—this zine is meant to be a reminder of those moments and individuals that made that history a reality. There is a lot to celebrate, and there is still a lot more to struggle for (and against).

Topics: anarchism, class, gender, history, lgbtiq, race
Authors: Brad Thomson, Heath Schultz
Date: 2009

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Out of Order

Queer and Trans Youth Resistance

Topics: anarchism, direct-action, gender, lgbtiq
Authors: Anonymous
Date: 2009

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Out of the Closets and Into the Libraries

A collection of radical queer moments

Topics: anarchism, gender, lgbtiq, prisons
Authors: Anonymous
Publisher: The Bangarang Collective

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Privilege, Oppression, and Resistance

A chart summarizing the relationships between a variety of types of privilege

Topics: anarchism, capitalism, class, feminism, gender, indigenous, lgbtiq, parenting, posters, privilege, race, relationships
Authors: Anonymous

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Queers, Read This

QUEERS READ THIS was distributed as a leaflet at the June 1990 Pride march in New York City. The authors define straightness as different from heterosexuality. Straightness is a force in the world and inside each of us that we must purge. Straightness is normality. The norm for queer people is to take oppression lying down. These authors urge us to fight back.

Topics: gender, lgbtiq
Authors: Queers
Date: July, 2009

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Rapists are Enemies

the rapist is not a deviant. Rape is the norm. Rape is not a crime of passion; it is quite possibly passion’s farthest opposite. Passion’s crime par excellence is murder; we murder for hate or for love. Murder is an act that violates the right to life that is promised by governments; its logical conclusion is pure murder, a violence without object. Rape has only its object. Rape’s logical concussion is pure distance. The rapist does not hate or love its object; the rapist only feels distance. At least perverts have their imagination to feel at home with. Rapists are alone even when they are with their thought. They are the saddest creatures to walk this earth.

Topics: feminism, gender, lgbtiq, posters
Authors: Anonymous
Publisher: Politics is not a Banana

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The Revolutionary Pleasure of Thinking For Yourself

This booket is for people who are dissatisfied with their lives. If you are happy with your present existence, we have no argument with you. However, if you are tired of waiting for your life to change, then we think you'll find what follows to be quite handy.

Topics: anarchism, capitalism, gender, lgbtiq, media
Authors: Anonymous
Publisher: See Sharp Press

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Transgender Liberation

A movement whose time has come; a marxist view of when and why transgender oppression arose

Topics: anarchism, feminism, gender, history, lgbtiq, privilege
Authors: Leslie Feinberg
Publisher: World View Forum
Date: April 1993

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Understanding Patriarchy

Topics: anarchism, feminism, gender, introduction, lgbtiq
Authors: Bell Hooks
Publisher: Louisville Anarchist Federation Federation

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Unmarked Categories and the Question of Power

Some anarcha-feminist notes. Much of this text focuses on power, as well as the connecte issue of various forms of constraint on human action, with a particular focus on women.

Topics: anarchism, feminism, gender, lgbtiq, race, relationships
Authors: Anonymous
Publisher: ERINYEN anarcha-feminist collective Berlin