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(en) Czech, afed: Nosnost c. 2 - Review of the new feminist zinc number. Equality - freedom - sisterhood. [machine translation]

Date Tue, 15 May 2018 09:35:49 +0300


The Prague Zine Party Prague Spring Day was premiered in the second issue of the Feminist Zin Dance . Right from the beginning, it would be very wrong to think that it is a purely feminine zinc that is intended only for women. And just like in the review of the first number we printed in Existence No. 3/2017, I would emphasize that prints of this kind should also be read by men. If we treat the underground prints stereotypically - that those feminist are for women, and those that make men for everyone - then we just copy the mainstream production thinking with her female picture magazines. At the same time, it has occurred to me that most of the issues published by men reveal the topics that they do not focus or ignore, whether because their creators do not know how to deal with them, or simply do not think about them, and they have no idea that they would someone could be important.

And now to the second number of Holiness . What is it about? General: "We are writing about what we are about, about forgotten women of history, about activism, about bodies, movies, books, writing about what we love, writing about people and situations about the world we share." And to the content it is important to add a nice graphic processing of zinu à la cut and nalep, all in color - even if it raises the price, it adds to the creativity. It will also take on the style of free intersection of poetry and short stories with thematic articles and reflections.

The text on myths and prejudices associated with feminism makes it clear that feminism is not in opposition to men, and that although some progress has been made, it is still necessary to wander into the sexist culture. For sure, a personal confession about inspiration inspired by Susan Cain's Silence - The Power of Introverts in a world that never stops speaking - will certainly benefit . It is important to know yourself, not to see weakness in the introvert, but to take it as a source of your own identity, which is possible if you communicate honestly with the environment and it will teach you how to take what you are.

When I talked about an uncomfortable encounter with the onanist in the night bus, when the author discusses her feelings of helplessness and helplessness, I remembered a friend who told a similar experience to his friend as a humorous story. There's really no funny thing about it.

The misunderstanding and ignorance of many men (and sometimes women, too) is reflected in another subject that approaches the manifesto when playing music. This was written by women in the Swedish music industry, who were inspired by the #MeToo campaign and described numerous cases of sexual harassment and violence, as well as sexist environments that are immediately characterized by the opening quotation of the article: "When a raving, respected musician, you suddenly lose a lot of friends."

I was also attracted by a brief reflection on maternity. And reading a "menstrual survey" does not hurt men, on the contrary, it will help to unbalance this topic and force them to think what words they are talking about (not).

Important women of the past are reminded of feminist and socialist Frána Zeminová (1882-1962), who was sentenced to 20 years in jail with Milada Horáková. History of the commemorated excursion to Brno is also commemorated on the occasion of this International Women's Day.

Finally, a quote from a short story: "... the patriarchate can not reconcile truth, can not acknowledge mistakes, and can not even dream of it."

66 pp. A5. Available at the usual distribution points.

You will also find the No. 2 prize at the Anarchist Book Festival , which takes place on Saturday, May 19, in Eternia, Prague.

https://www.afed.cz/text/6835/drzost-c-2
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