A sharp take on art, politics and pop culture from a gendered lens


"We wanted degrees and property, a ticket to the parliament and birth control- they gave us. Now we don’t want children or governments nor a husband neither a baby. We chose and chose until we opted out of everything so now we are non binary anarchist cat owning lesbians."

Inspired by Paris Paloma's pop song Labour, that caught on like a wildfire on Tik-tok and Instagram, I decided to build up from the premise of the song- that women essentially do 'too much labour' be it emotional, physical or sexual. Thanks to Paris for triggering a revival of the 'Wages for Housework' movement from the 70's and opening up the mainstream to get the discourse going.


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