New Vectors from Xenofeminism
A defence of reasoning, which allows feminism to work at different scales of complexity.
The accelerationist noise of petro-masculinity
The authoritarian exaltation of the combustion engine by certain male sectors is seen as an accelerationist statement of intent.
The Fight of African Women
African women have found in social media networks a space for denouncing the discrimination that reigns in conventional police, court and legislative structures.
Rethinking Artificial Intelligence through Feminism
From a feminist perspective, we offer a critical analysis of the machine learning of artificial intelligences to find more equitable practices.
Cassandra Khaw: “It’s just a question of time before video games are accepted as culture”
We talk to the scriptwriter of video games and science-fiction author about their narrative potential and the challenges still facing this digital format.
The Women Men Don’t See
Ricard Ruiz Garzón
Among the authors who most helped to renew science fiction in the 20th century was James Tiptree Jr.: the pseudonym of a woman, like those who today are leading the revolution of the genre.
Jeanette Winterson: “I believe in human beings, even though they have done some terrible things”
In light of her latest book, we talk with the English author about some of the most important challenges of today: the climate crisis, Brexit, and the rise of the extreme right.
Carolin Emcke: “We need a language of utopia to accompany our discontent”
Roger Manau Flotats
We talk with the German philosopher and journalist about the need to heed the complex web of violences, of hate and of silences and the need to find words to fight it.
Women and Data: Counting Gender Inequalities
Tània Verge Mestre
Within the feminist movement various initiatives are in place to collect data, both quantitative and qualitative, to document gender inequalities and make them count.
Mari Luz Esteban
A defence of dialogue between different generations of feminists in order to reflect on the theory and practice of the feminism movement.
Mona Eltahawy: “Patriarchy is the form of oppression with which the entire world struggles”
A conversation with the journalist specialised in gender equality in North Africa and the Middle East about the oppression of women and the need to deconstruct the patriarchy in all its manifestations.
Rosi Braidotti: “What is necessary is a radical transformation, following the bases of feminism, anti-racism and anti-fascism”
A talk with the philosopher and humanist about what it means to be human in a changing world, where new forms of capitalism are marking out the future of what we are and what we will become.