Traveling Autonomous Zone

December 7, 2015 / 0 comments

By Rob los Ricos In his book Temporary Autonomous Zone, Hakim Bey suggests that we not worry about changing the world, but instead take charge of our own lives whenever possible. He reminds us that, even though such insurrections as the ones in Paris 1871 and during the Spanish Civil War were ultimately crushed militarily,…

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Review: Bisexuality

December 7, 2015 / 0 comments

“There seems to be some sort of war going on that I’m not invited to, but everyone wants me to take a side.” — Alyx J. Shaw We first appeared in print primarily in specialized medical and psychiatric texts. Then, during the seventies, a brief, media-generated “bisexual chic” phase took place. Elton John and David…

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The Fall of Communism, the Society of the Spectacle and Prostitution

December 7, 2015 / 0 comments

The Fall of Communism, the Society of the Spectacle and Prostitution By Peter S. Barker ”Considered in its own terms, the spectacle is the affirmation of appearance and affirmation of all human life, namely social life, as mere appearance. But the critique which reaches the truth of the spectacle exposes it as the visible negation…

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Life in Revolutionary Barcelona

August 4, 2015 / 0 comments

By Manolo Gonzalez, AJODA #35 & #36, 1993 Part One: The libertarian idea in a modern city Our house in Barcelona, in the Ramblas, conveniently close to the Rialto Cinema, was an ancient, respectable building. It was reconstructed in the late 1800s, on the site of a dwelling that we like to believe was originally…

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