ANARCHA is a zine that takes its name from anarcha-feminism. ANARCHA is a punching, vagrant exploration of the conflicted creativity arising within a society that is is both hyperbolically positive and nihilistically commodified. What is worth celebrating? What is worth burning down? The lists for both are endless. Molotov cocktails and joy coexist.
ANARCHA is a collection of reflections, contradictions and revolutions related but not limited to: capitalism, loneliness, poverty, perversions, work, consumption, immigration, sex, the decline of the empire, the state and human rights, the pervasiveness of technology, addictions of all kinds, the pervasiveness of advertising and love.
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