A pocket color manifesto for a new futuristic feminism
Injustice should not simply be accepted as “the way things are.” This is the starting point for The Xenofeminist Manifesto, a radical attempt to articulate a feminism fit for the twenty-first century.
Unafraid of exploring the potentials of technology, both its tyrannical and emancipatory possibilities, the manifesto seeks to uproot forces of repression that have come to seem inevitable—from the family, to the body, to the idea of gender itself.
If nature is unjust, change nature!
About the Author
Laboria Cuboniks (b. 2014) is a xenofeminist collective spread across five countries. She seeks to dismantle gender, destroy “the family,” and do away with nature as a guarantor of inegalitarian political positions.
“Xenofeminism is a corruption in the best sense of the term.”
“XF is like the Communist Manifesto for the twenty-first century. Really. That. Good.”
—Mark Fisher, author of Capitalist Realism
“Xenofeminism’s fierceness and compassion (qualities too often opposed) are a compelling proposition.”
—Leni Zumas, Times Literary Supplement