Anyway if you like modern art convos I remember really liking "who's afraid of modern art: vandalism, video games, and fascism" by Jacob Geller on the youtubes, as a sort of intro to 'anti-modern-art culture' as reactionary: https://youtu.be/v5DqmTtCPiQ
We need to own the fact that none of these identities actually means anything more than "I am like you in some meaningful way and you are like me."
That shared experience can be extremely nuanced and varied, especially among people who are intersectionally marginalized. What happens when people start setting down 'rules' is that the most privileged people in the community get to reduce the experience down to their own and then measure everyone up to that yardstick.
imagine getting arrested and having the full force of the law thrown at you while not accomplishing any strategic disruptions to fossil fuel infrastructure
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