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(en) France, Union Communiste Libertaire AL #302 - Antipatriarcat, Newspaper: Machos, beware of Breaking Ricks (fr, it, pt)[machine translation]

Date Wed, 26 Feb 2020 09:26:11 +0200

The quarterly Casse-roles just released its 10 th issue in November 2019. The "newspaperfeminist and libertarian free prices", written by volunteers, defends a social feminism that seeks not to separate the feminist struggle of the fight anticapitalist. ---- In August 2017, the team of nine volunteers, men and women, decided to found Casse- by noting the lack of a widely distributed newspaper for all audiences on issues of gender and sexist domination. roles. Displaying a desire to anchor in current social struggles, and to be open to all feminist struggles, the newspaper alternates forms: between conceptual analyzes, historical and current accounts, literary sections, state of international struggles, pamphlets and feminist current affairs . By wanting to make visible the struggles of women, especially the most vulnerable or marginalized, but also those that we could describe as "remarkableThrough their actions to improve the situation of women and men, Casse-Role tries to fill a void in the feminist press.

In children's reading books, the attributes of the feminine and masculine are always the same, to women the apron and the stroller, to the men the briefcase when they come home from work, then the chair and the glasses to read the newspaper... "Dad reads and mom sews".

The volunteers of the newspaper felt cramped in their social habits, and wanted to shake up preconceptions and break the roles, this is how the quarterly was born.

A mixed feminism
The editorial team therefore chose as a mascot these discreet heroines of everyday life that we tend to forget, stored on their shelves: the pans without which we would all be on a dry diet. Contraception, abortion, violence, rape, female genital mutilation, harassment, parity, unequal wages, domestic work, etc.: the newspaper proposes to draw up an inventory, to inventory what appears on these questions and to give the floor to anonymous women and men who resist gender stereotypes.

The Casse-Role team is mixed, and defends this posture: "Feminism has to appeal to men in particular... to make them followers of feminism." Assuming that equality will only be achieved when people become aware of their rule (and therefore their power over women), the newspaper regularly addresses thematic antipatriarcales which also affects men. From the first issue, an article is devoted to the Zéromacho collective, a male collective committed against prostitution and for equality, which reflects in particular on the question of "choiceLeft to prostitutes in a patriarchal society. The February-April 2020 issue promises an impressive dossier on male contraception, but also articles on pensions, feminicides, sex education in Tunisia ...

"Does Breaking Roles have an editorial" line " ? "Feminist and libertarian" is already a lot !". If the newspaper does not have a rigorously defined line, it expresses through its editorials a great internal democracy, regularly publishing the divergent opinions within its editors and editors. Breaking roles has extremely limited means and its future is not assured. At a free price to be accessible to the greatest number (by giving the possibility of acquiring the same product according to its means and motivations), without advertising to ensure its independence, it depends exclusively on its readership (both to publicize the newspaper and disseminate it only for its funding). Riddles can be found in bookstores, activist press tables and by subscription.

The Casse-Rôles collective

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