Someone wondered the other day why I would ever want to identify as an individualist. Unfortunately, “individualism” is a term that today is very misunderstood and sometimes maligned. So what does it mean to me to be an individualist anarchist? It means that: Like Benjamin Tucker, I advocate artisanal socialism. [...]
Sofia Wilen and Anna Ardin Victims of Julian Assange I have a feeling a lot of people won’t like this, but I hope...
Original Blogpost Here. The term “objectification” has been used variably by different people. The primary exemplary...
Advertisement is notorious for pushing racist, sexist, heterosexist and oppressive stereotypes. Marginalization and...
This is a wonderful graphic I found that I thought would be good to share. I’m uncertain who made the graphic but it seems to credit tumblinfeminist.tumblr.com. I hope you all enjoy. Author: PunkJohnnyCash Visit PunkJohnnyCash’s Website – Email PunkJohnnyCash I am a writer at Gonzo Times. I started the [...]Read more ›
Interview in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sunday Magazine, October 24, 1897 via The Emma Goldman Papers “What does anarchy hold out to me–a woman?” “More to woman than to anyone else–everything which she has not–freedom and equality.” Quickly, earnestly Emma Goldman, the priestess of anarchy, exiled from Russia, feared by [...]Read more ›
originally posted here. “I was taught to see racism only in individual acts of meanness, not in invisible systems conferring dominance on my group” Peggy McIntosh Through work to bring materials from women’s studies into the rest of the curriculum, I have often noticed men’s unwillingness to grant that they [...]Read more ›
Originally posted on BroadSnark By: Mel One morning, when I was in eighth grade, I got dressed for school and went outside to wait for my father to drive me. I was wearing a long knit skirt, sweater, and some boots. My outfit would have met the requirements for an [...]Read more ›
I guess this is why Kathy Parker’s bags were ransacked! At what point does an airport search step over the line? How about when they start going through your checks, and the police call your husband, suspicious you were clearing out the bank account? That’s the complaint leveled by Kathy [...]Read more ›
Cross posted at DrunkenAtheist.com So, people are understandably pissed over Glenn Beck’s assertion that only hookers need Planned Parenthood. Now, the statement is (obviously) really fucked up for a lot of reasons. I don’t have the time or patience to unpack all of the shitty implications about sex workers from [...]Read more ›
Cross posted at jVerse with podcast The evolutionary psych story about humanity is that war, genocide, and the divisive “-isms” that keep humans in a perpetual state of conflict are inevitable expressions of an “us vs. them” tendency that is simply a part of our biological makeup. It’s indisputable that [...]Read more ›
Economics is an incredible book. Writer Fanny Howe in a mere 134 pages does what conservatives have wanted to do for decades – lay out the failures, neurosis and narcissism of the Baby Boomer generation. Howe does this with finesse and, through the medium of fiction, is able to show [...]Read more ›
Punk Johnny Cash has asked that I write more about the Alternative Right and their movement. We’ve had several excursions with them here at Gonzo Times, as I have when I written about them elsewhere. This article I hope to be a definitive piece aimed for republication in the Gonzo [...]Read more ›
by: Voltairine de Cleyre NIGHT in a prison cell! A chair, a bed, a small washstand, four blank walls, ghastly in the dim light from the corridor without, a narrow window, barred and sunken in the stone, a grated door! Beyond its hideous iron latticework, within the ghastly walls, -a [...]Read more ›
Cross posted from my website, jad-davis.com (hence the odd seeming self-reference to Gonzo Times). Below, I’ve combined the Introduction with the follow-up post, Marriage, Monogamy, and Violence to save on page real estate. Introduction The next several posts will (barring sidetracking) be related to a discussion going on at the [...]Read more ›