Feminismo y transfeminismo

17 Dic 17 de diciembre, día de lxs trabajadorxs sexuales

WHY WHORES ARE MY HEROS
Whores have good senses of humor.
Whores challenge sexual mores.
Whores are playful.
Whores are tough.
Whores have careers based on giving pleasure.
Whores are creative.
Whores are adventurous and dare to live dangerously.
Whores teach people how to be better lovers.
Whores are multi-cultured and multi-gendered.
Whores give excellent advice and help people with their personal problems.
Whores have fun.
Whores wear exciting clothes.
Whores have patience and tolerance for people that other people could never manage to put up with.
Whores make lonely people less lonely.
Whores are independent.
Whores teach people how to have safer sex.
Whores are a tradition.
Whores are hot and hip.
Whores are free spirits.
Whores relieve millions of people of unwanted stress and tension.
Whores heal.
Whores endure in the face of fierce prejudice.
Whores make good money.
Whores always have a job.
Whores are sexy and erotic.
Whores have special talents other people just don’t have. Not everyone has what it takes to be a whore.
Whores are interesting people with lots of exciting life stories.
Whores get laid a lot.
Whores help people explore their sexual desires.
Whores explore their own sexual desires.
Whores are not afraid of sex.
Whores hustle.
Whores sparkle.
Whores are entertaining.
Whores have the guts to wear very big wigs.
Whores are not ashamed to be naked.
Whores make their own hours.
Whores are rebelling against the absurd, patriarchal, sex-negative laws against their profession and are fighting for the legal right to receive financial compensation for their valuable work.
Do you have what it takes to be a whore?

Annie Sprinkle.

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04 Nov La bestia screened

DESMONTAJE Y DESTRUCCIÓN DEL GÉNERO-SEXO
La bestia de María Llopis
Lectura y adoctrinamiento de Raisa Maudit
Rumore de Chopin de Storm and drunk
[email protected] de Montse Pujantell
Coloquio con Helena Grande y José Ganga

El ciclo Sexualidades en tiempos revueltos vuelve este domingo 8 de noviembre con una sesión dedicada al cine queer y con coloquio posterior con José Ganga y Helena Grande, comisarios del ciclo.

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21 Mar Como insultar a una feminista

Me han dedicado un cartelito lleno de insultos… La tipa que lo ha hecho se ha visto el vídeo de Concha y Almeja seguro! Da en el clavo!

En lo único en que patina es en lo de buena cuna. Mi padre era recogedor de naranjas… y mi padre biológico un violador que se metió a cura para salir de la miseria! Eso sí, mi padre era un hombre maravilloso, lleno de amor y bondad. Y mi madre un ser mágico, perdido en otro mundo. Y mi abuela, pues la hostia.

En fin, que el Show show Loco lo rompe. A seguir aprendiendo.

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10 Mar It´s not a vagina, it´s a vulva!

Un estupendo artículo en Vice sobre la forma en la que nos referimos al coño. Particularmente es un tema que me toca mucho. Llamemos a las cosas por su nombre joder.

Maybe, at the end of the day, the word “vulva” is too clinical for you. No problem. How about “pussy,” “yoni,” or a list of other words? Personally, I’ve always gone the reclaiming route. I say “cunt.” The word “cunt” shares an etymological root with queen, kin, and country. Cunt shouldn’t be the most offensive word in the English language. Cunts are great! They should be celebrated, not denigrated. Don’t use the word “vagina” unless you’re talking about a vagina. Using the word “vagina” incorrectly obscures women’s sexual pleasure and continues the myth of The Mystery of Female Sexuality. Mysticism should not be confused with ignorance or censorship. Viva la vulva!