Linda Bellos on Oppression

If 'oppression' describes a system of power, it necessarily means that some groups of people will hold power over other groups of people. Oppressors — usually men, and usually men with wealth — hold power over other categories of people. Oppression exists everywhere and functions as a global system, enforced universally under the capitalism. This... Continue Reading →

Women, Class and Gender – a Communist Perspective

International Women’s Day (IWD) has become a corporate event reflecting the now mainstream ideology of 'corporate feminism'. This year its theme is #BalanceforBetter. The anonymous organisers of IWD events assert that 'balance' is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue and thus their 'flagship events are backed by significant corporate and/or government sponsorship'. Sponsors... Continue Reading →

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