“If we manage dependence, we acknowledge its presence in our lives, select and optimize the opportunities that such acknowledgment makes possible, and can better detect and protect against the fault lines that are part and parcel of our condition as dependent beings.
In its name we can demand a reordering of priorities and an assertion of entitlements that are our due, not because we can be independent and productive, but because our value derives from the chain of dependent relations that make all our lives possible. Bringing this understanding into the lifeblood of society can be a precious contribution from the community of disabled people.”Read More
We as a patriarchal society are obsessed with pinning a woman’s worth to a singular aspect of her identity, usually centered around the notion of sexuality.Read More
“Well, we don’t understand ourselves as feminists and we’re not militant either. We only tell stories that happen to us every day. The songs are about things that happen to everyone and we want to at the most convey a message to the women who read these texts, about our difficulties and how we cope with them.” — Saada BonaireRead More
The truths we identify within ourselves may not always be observed by the surrounding world, but the world’s inability to see them does not dictate the validity of that particular truth or reality.Read More