Re: [-empyre-] very awake
Another classic: a man criticises a woman's idea.
He's automatically an oppressor. :-)
Have fun in 2003 :-)
--- nathalie magnan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >
> "is cyberfemminsim in a coma?"
> not quite
> I apologize to not have been more active on this
> list, but I was
> co-organizing the zelig conf in paris
> (http://www.zelig.org). A
> first, in my parisian experience, of a conferance
> that really come
> from the multitudes. I was particularly active in
> having women (not
> necessaily biological, but necessarily identified as
> such, on the obn
> mode) talk, giving workshops and interventions.
> This was for all of
> us (boys girls an variations of) fresh air and a
> May be for back ground readings i'll encourage you
> to read Cornelia
> Sollfrank intervention, which was a huge success.
> There she gives a
> perpective on what's have been going on about
> cyberfem since 97.
> As for me cyberfem, I need you :-)
> ps & please don't answer to those remarks,
> funny how whenever feminism is outed in public
> space, there is always a guy
> to tells the girls that they aren't doing it right,
> hence jeopardize
> the discussion, and be stuburn about it. That's a
> classic, i'm
> running a feminist forum in fench
> (http://chiennesdegarde.org) it's
> about 300 posts a day and we get this type advisory
> post several
> times a week. Hence it needs to be moderated, and
> the knee jeck post
> put to rest.
> as of :
> "cyberfeminism seems to be about creating safe
> spaces excluding masculinity"
> funny to see that when women speak out some guys
> think it's
> exclusion. A classic too.
> empyre forum
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