Migrant workers are one of the few sectors of society largely ‘uncontaminated’ and ‘un-incorporated’; outside the scope of hegemony, since hegemony is largely based on our Otherness, we are currently being denied even the possibility of a limited ‘acceptance’. This position therefore affords migrants the potential of acting as an important revolutionary subject.
Read More The Crack in the Edifice: Modern Capitalism, Migrant Workers and Social Movements
Having found the love of many queer friends in the last year, I am overjoyed to report that fulfillment is exactly what I’m feeling now. I’m only just starting on my path towards expressing womanhood, but the people around me care about me and are supporting me every step of the way. I’m getting braver constantly, and it’s because of them that I can finally, and with no fear or shame in my voice, call myself a woman.
Read More Reflections of a Very Gay, Very Closeted Trans Girl
In introducing and utilising a conceptual split between “now” and “back then”, movements and writers ignore the underlying structural and cultural forces that fuelled recent developments and myopically scramble for a “change” which is essentially nothing but a regression.
Read More The Left Politics of Nostalgia: Against Romanticizing the Past, Towards Fighting for Revolution