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/xeno/ - xenofeminism

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 No.9[Reply]

/xeno/ is a place to discuss the intersection of technology with personal identity. This includes but is not limited to feminism and gender.

Start here if you're looking for inspiration:
http://www.laboriacuboniks.net/
https://faculty.georgetown.edu/irvinem/theory/Haraway-CyborgManifesto-1.pdf
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_E6CPm2IYsUM0d0amVDempNTDQ/view


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 No.1[Reply]

Since this board is named after xenofeminism, I thought it'd be fitting that the first thread on it would be about xenofeminism.
What are your thoughts on xenofeminism and why?
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>>4
Or rather not the disenfranchised themselves, but academics concerned with the disenfranchised.

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>>5
Essentially it can be summed up as a form of left accelerationism in which alienation is used for gender abolitionist ends.

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>>6
Thanks. What does alienation mean in this context?

 No.8

>>7
I'd say it's essentially just the marxist meaning of the word

 No.10

To me the manifesto seems like a bunch of rhetoric leading nowhere. How is it different than simply being a radfem over the Internet, with a focus on biomedical technology? What's so new about the 'xeno' part of it?



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