Sonia Corrêa on “Gender Ideology” for 2019 CREA Conference
An incisive and global analysis of anti-gender politics or gender ideology which Sonia Correa describes as a hydra that has different faces and coalesces into various coalitions in various contexts in Latin America, Europe and north America.
Voices and Views
TBTT Global Meet, Nepal: An illustrated journey with questionable accuracy/a love letter to the gathering
An illustrated journal and love letter to the feminists, hackers, women, gender-diverse, astrology-believers, radical nay-sayers, hikers, sleepers, vegans, beef-eaters, and everyone else who gathered in Nepal for the Take back the Tech and Feminist Tech Exchange camps in August 2018.
Beyond saying that we as activists and feminists need self-care, how do we reach this space within ourselves? Here is one person's journey.
Voices and Views
Feminism 101 by Sister Anita [Comic]
In a three-part comic series, Sister Anita schools a man about the basics of feminism!
Make your own hero [VIDEO]
At the camp of Take back the tech! campaigners a group of intrepid people came together to create a fantastical super person - a non binary character who is a feminist and has powers to analyse, slay and decrypt the digital world.
Rejecting Victimhood: the online Speak-Out Campaign in Kerala against harassment
Dalit-Bahujan women in India have increasingly started using the internet and social media to articulate their positions and politics. This article explores how women have combated sexual harassment and exploitation, especially when it takes place in spaces that are considered progressive.
If it’s not on Whatsapp, it never happened
How do we use social media in activism? Do we reflect on our practices, on the instrumental ways of referring to people and communities that is used in reports and publications? Here is a story that looks at the use of Whatsapp by activists and what it means about unacknowledged hierarchies and barriers even within progressive spaces.
Approaching the fight against autocracy with feminist principles of freedom
This article examines the #FreeSenegal protests from a feminist perspective, depicting women's erasure from movements and revolutions in the African continent, and the prevalence of rape culture and sexual violence – even amidst anti-oppression protests.
How feminist research shapes AI, privacy, and data protection discourse
In this second post in a series on artificial intelligence, research in the African context, Chenai shares why she believes that a feminist approach to research around AI is the only way.
The digital rights movement needs to be deliberately inclusive
The digital rights movement needs to become deliberately and intentionally inclusive. We need to actively engage with how technologies and the internet are racist, as well as how they perpetuate other oppressions through silence.