Cross-readings along the axes of SO:

Wages for Facebook [EN] (2013)
OUR FINGERTIPS HAVE BECOME DISTORTED FROM SO MUCH LIKING, OUR FEELINGS HAVE GOTTEN LOST FROM SO MANY FRIENDSHIPS.
Wages for Facebook [EN] (2013)
FROM NOW ON WE WANT MONEY FOR EACH MOMENT OF IT, SO THAT WE CAN REFUSE SOME OF IT AND EVENTUALLY ALL OF IT.
Wages for Facebook [EN] (2013)
WE WANT TO CALL WORK WHAT IS WORK SO THAT EVENTUALLY WE MIGHT REDISCOVER WHAT FRIENDSHIP IS.
Purple Noise Manifesto [EN] (2018)
and when you disagree, write into the box, so we don’t need to care.
Purple Noise Manifesto [EN] (2018)
Go and respond to what we offer, so it can be measured, optimized and generate the profit.
Glitch Feminism Manifesto [EN] (2012)
There are only so many Deen videos a girl can watch with the goal of “critique” at the forefront: at a certain point, one of two things irrupts that process.
Glitch Feminism Manifesto [EN] (2012)
The first is a screen, stuck, overwhelmed as a consequence of having too many windows open, too many things playing at once; I am trying to get an education, make a determination for myself, so I want to see everything, hear everything, right now, all at once.
Glitch Feminism Manifesto [EN] (2012)
Yet, simultaneously, it is also the glitch that prompts us to “choose-our-own-adventure”, to finish the story, and, in doing so, to acknowledge that when the mediation of digital space fails us, albeit briefly, we continue right where we left off, taking the revolution offline, but not out of body, thereby demonstrating the fallacy of the digital dualist dialectic.
Glitch Feminism Manifesto [EN] (2012)
It must be noted that the word glitch is oft delegated to the realm of slang, which explains why it is so easy to pin it with negative connotations.
Glitch Feminism Manifesto [EN] (2012)
As bodies, we are an extended narrative, eternal in our geographies, imbued with unexpected fissures that cause us to re-present ourselves, and, in doing so, see ourselves again, in new lights and explorations.
Bitch Mutant Manifesto [EN] (1996)
So what's the new millenium got to offer the dirty modemless masses?
RIOT GRRRL MANIFESTO [EN] (1989)
BECAUSE we wanna make it easier for girls to see/hear each other's work so that we can share strategies and criticize-applaud each other.
Glitch Manifesto [EN] (2009)
Whichever way noise is defined, the negative definition also has a positive consequence: it helps by (re)defining its opposite (the world of meaning, the norm, regulation, goodness, beauty and so on).
Glitch Manifesto [EN] (2009)
But as the understanding of a glitch changes when it is being named, so does the equilibrium of the (former) glitch itself: the original experience of a rupture moved passed its momentum and vanished into a realm of new conditions.
Glitch Manifesto [EN] (2009)
Even so, to me, the word ‘glitch’ in ‘glitch art’ means something slightly different than the term ‘glitch’.
Glitch Manifesto [EN] (2009)
Even so, glitch art is not always (or by everyone) experienced as an art of the momentum; many works have already passed their tipping point.
Glitch Manifesto [EN] (2009)
Even so, the utopian fantasy of 'technological democracy' or 'freedom' that glitch art is often connected to, has often little to do with the colonialism of these glitch art designs and glitch filters.
The 3D Additivist Manifesto [EN] (2015)
Just as the printing press, radio, photocopier and modem were saturated with unintended affects, so we seek to express the potential encoded into every one of the 3D printer’s gears.
The 3D Additivist Manifesto [EN] (2015)
Just as a glitch can un-resolve an image, so it can resolve something more posthuman: manifold systems – biological, political, computational, material.
The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
To restore some virility to our races so benumbed in femininity, we have to train them in virility even to the point of brute animality.
The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
… Enough of those women, the octopuses of the hearth, whose tentacles exhaust men’s blood and make children anemic, women in carnal love who wear out every desire so it cannot be renewed!
The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
So that is why no revolution should be without her.
The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
She can’t be mistaken about this superiority imposing itself so brutally.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
We must begin immediately to do so.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
He hates his passivity, so he projects it onto women, defines the male as active, then sets out to prove that he is ("prove he's a Man").
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
He is responsible for: *War:* The male's normal method of compensation for not being female, namely, getting his Big Gun off, is grossly inadequate, as he can get it off only a very limited number of times; so he gets it off on a really massive scale, and proves to the entire world that he's a "Man".
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
If they're not "good", he doesn't get angry--not if he's a modern, "civilized" father (the old-fashioned ranting, raving brute is preferable, as he is so ridiculous he can be easily despised)--but rather expresses disapproval, a state that, unlike anger, endures and precludes a basic acceptance, leaving the kid with a feeling of worthlessness and a lifelong obsession with being approved of; the result is fear of independent thought, as this leads to unconventional, disapproved of opinions and way of life.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So he tells the boy, sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly, to not be a sissy, to act like a "Man".
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
The reduction to animals of the women of the most backward segment of society--the "privileged, educated" middle-class, the backwash of humanity--where Daddy reigns supreme, has been so thorough that they try to groove on labor pains and lie around in the most advanced nation in the world in the middle of the twentieth century with babies chomping away on their tits.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So he denies it in her and proceeds to define everyone in terms of his or her function or use, assigning to himself, of course, the most important functions--doctor, president, scientist--thereby providing himself with an identity, if not individuality, and tries to convince himself and women (he's succeeded best at convincing women) that the female function is to bear and raise children and to relax, comfort and boost the ego of the male; that her function is such as to make her interchangeable with every other female.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Being empty, not being a complete, separate being, having no self to groove on and needing to be constantly in female company, he sees nothing at all wrong in intruding himself on any woman's thoughts, even a total stranger's, anywhere at any time, but rather feels indignant and insulted when put down for doing so, as well as confused--he can't, for the life of him, understand why anyone would prefer so, much as one minute of solitude to the company of any creep around.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Wanting to become a woman, he strives to be constantly around females, which is the closest he can get to becoming one, so he created a "society" based on the family--a male-female couple and their kids (the excuse for the family's existence), who live virtually on top of one another, unscrupulously violating the females' rights, privacy and sanity.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Desperately insecure, fearing his woman will leave him if she is exposed to other men or to anything remotely resembling life, the male seeks to isolate her from other men and from what little civilization there is, so he moves her out to the suburbs, a collection of self-absorbed couples and their kids.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So , like a scared rabbit, he scurries off, dragging Daddy's little asshole along with him to the wilderness, the suburbs, or, in the case of the "hippie"--he's way out, Man!
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So he tries to affirm his "Manhood" by being like all the other men.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Differentness in other men, as well as in himself, threatens him; it means they're fags whom he must at all costs avoid, so he tries to make sure that all other men conform.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So he created authorities--priests, experts, bosses, leaders, etc.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
*Philosophy, Religion and Morality Based on Sex:* The male's inability to relate to anybody or anything makes his life pointless and meaningless (the ultimate male insight is that life is absurd), so he invented philosophy and religion.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Most men, utterly cowardly, project their inherent weaknesses onto women, label them female weaknesses and believe themselves to have female strengths; most philosophers, not quite so cowardly, face the fact that male lacks exist in men, but still can't face the fact that they exist in men only.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So they label the male condition the Human Condition, pose their nothingness problem, which horrifies them, as a philosophical dilemma, thereby giving stature to their animalism, grandiloquently label their nothingness their "Identity Problem", and proceed to prattle on pompously about the "Crisis of the Individual", the "Essence of Being", "Existence preceding Essence", "Existential Modes of Being", etc., etc.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
The male changes only when forced to do so by technology, when he has no choice, when "society" reaches the stage where he must change or die.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
So adept is she at pandering that it eventually becomes second nature and she continues to pander to men even when in the company of other females only.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
We know that "Great Art" is great because male authorities have told us so, and we can't claim otherwise, as only those with exquisite sensitivities far superior to ours can perceive and appreciate the greatness, the proof of their superior sensitivity being that they appreciate the slop that they appreciate.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Lacking faith in their ability to change anything, resigned to the status quo, they have to see beauty in turds because, so far as they can see, turds are all they'll ever have.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
It doesn't much matter what they're exposed as, so long as they're exposed; it distracts attention from himself.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Propaganda disseminated by insecure male professionals, who jealously guard their positions, so that only a highly select few can comprehend abstract scientific concepts.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
But the data is so massive it requires high speed computers to correlate it all.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Just as humans have a prior right to existence over dogs by virtue of being more highly evolved and having a superior consciousness, so women have a prior right to existence over men.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Just as the deliberate production of blind people would be highly immoral, so would be the deliberate production of emotional cripples.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
A few examples of the men in the Men's Auxiliary are: men who kill men; biological scientists who are working on constructive programs, as opposed to biological warfare; journalists, writers, editors, publishers and producers who disseminate and promote ideas that will lead to the achievement of SCUM's goals; faggots who, by their shimmering, flaming example, encourage other men to de-man themselves and thereby make themselves relatively inoffensive; men who consistently give things away--money, things, services; men who tell it like it is (so far not one ever has), who put women straight, who reveal the truth about themselves, who give the mindless male females correct sentences to parrot, who tell them a woman's primary goal in life should be to squash the male sex (to aid men in this endeavor SCUM will conduct Turd Sessions, at which every male present will give a speech beginning with the sentence: "I am a turd, a lowly, abject turd," then proceed to list all the ways in which he is.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
His reward for so doing will be the opportunity to fraternize after the session for a whole, solid hour with the SCUM who will be present.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Many women will fall into line, but many others, who surrendered long ago to the enemy, who are so adapted to animalism, to maleness, that they like restrictions and restraints, don't know what to do with freedom, will continue to be toadies and doormats, just as peasants in rice paddies remain peasants in rice paddies as one regime topples another.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
The rest of the women will be busy solving the few remaining unsolved problems before planning their agenda for eternity and Utopia--completely revamping educational programs so that millions of women can be trained within a few months for high level intellectual work that now requires years of training (this can be done very easily once our educational goal is to educate and not to perpetuate an academic and intellectual elite); solving the problems of disease and old age and death and completely redesigning our cities and living quarters.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
0x02 Why is there so little explicit, organized effort to repurpose technologies for progressive gender political ends?
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
This is a politics that, in wanting so much, ends up building so little.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
On the other hand, melancholy -- so endemic to the left -- teaches us that emancipation is an extinct species to be wept over and that blips of negation are the best we can hope for.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
This non-absolute, generic universality must guard against the facile tendency of conflation with bloated, unmarked particulars -- namely Eurocentric universalism -- whereby the male is mistaken for the sexless, the white for raceless, the cis for the real, and so on.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
(The absurd and reckless spectacle of so many self-proclaimed 'gender abolitionists'' campaign against trans women is proof enough of this. )
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
Wielding the universal requires thoughtful qualification and precise self-reflection so as to become a ready-to-hand tool for multiple political bodies and something that can be appropriated against the numerous oppressions that transect with gender and sexuality.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
0x11 Our lot is cast with technoscience, where nothing is so sacred that it cannot be reengineered and transformed so as to widen our aperture of freedom, extending to gender and the human.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
And so, in tearing down melancholy and illusion; the unambitious and the non-scaleable; the libidinized puritanism of certain online cultures, and Nature as an un-remakeable given, we find that our normative anti-naturalism has pushed us towards an unflinching ontological naturalism.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
Digital technologies are not separable from the material realities that underwrite them; they are connected so that each can be used to alter the other towards different ends.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
So profoundly ingrained, domestic space has been deemed impossible to disembed, where the home as norm has been conflated with home as fact, as an un-remakeable given.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
Without the foolhardy endangerment of lives, can we stitch together the embryonic promises held before us by pharmaceutical 3D printing ('Reactionware'), grassroots telemedical abortion clinics, gender hacktivist and DIY-HRT forums, and so on, to assemble a platform for free and open source medicine?
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
Not if this means anything so crude as a recipe, or a single-purpose tool by which a determinate problem is solved.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
We prefer to think like the schemer or lisper, who seeks to construct a new language in which the problem at hand is immersed, so that solutions for it, and for any number of related problems, might unfurl with ease.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
Ours is a transformation of seeping, directed subsumption rather than rapid overthrow; it is a transformation of deliberate construction, seeking to submerge the white-supremacist capitalist patriarchy in a sea of procedures that soften its shell and dismantle its defenses, so as to build a new world from the scraps.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Liberation rests on the construction of the consciousness, the imaginative apprehension, of oppression, and so of possibility.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Now we are not so sure.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Both chimpanzees and artefacts have politics, so why shouldn't we (de Waal, 1982; Winner, 1980)?
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Miniaturization has turned out to be about power; small is not so much beautiful as pre-eminently dangerous, as in cruise missiles.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
People are nowhere near so fluid, being both material and opaque.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
The ubiquity and invisibility of cyborgs is precisely why these sunshine-belt machines are so deadly.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
They are floating signifiers moving in pickup trucks across Europe, blocked more effectively by the witch-weavings of the displaced and so unnatural Greenham women, who read the cyborg webs of power so very well, than by the militant labour of older masculinist politics, whose natural constituency needs defence jobs.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
The new machines are so clean and light.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
So my cyborg myth is about transgressed boundaries, potent fusions, and dangerous possibilities which progressive people might explore as one part of needed political work.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
These taxonomies tend to remake feminist history so that it appears to be an ideological struggle among coherent types persisting over time, especially those typical units called radical, liberal, and socialistfeminism.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
In the fraying of identities and in the reflexive strategies for constructing them, the possibility opens up for weaving something other than a shroud for the day after the apocalypse that so prophetically ends salvation history.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Labour is the humanizing activity that makes man; labour is an ontological category permitting the knowledge of a subject, and so the knowledge of subjugation and alienation.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
MacKinnon's radical theory of experience is totalizing in the extreme; it does not so much marginalize as obliterate the authority of any other women's political speech and action.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
It is no accident that the symbolic system of the family of man - and so the essence of woman - breaks up at the same moment that networks of connection among people on the planet are unprecedentedly multiple, pregnant, and complex.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
It's not just that igod'is dead; so is the 'goddess'.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Exchange in this world transcends the universal translation effected by capitalist markets that Marx analysed so well.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Information is just that kind of quantifiable element (unit, basis of unity) which allows universal translation, and so unhindered instrumental power (called effective communication).
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
I have used Rachel Grossman's (1980) image of women in the integrated circuit to name the situation of women in a world so intimately restructured through the social relations of science and technology.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
So let me return to the earlier image of the informatics of domination and trace one vision of women's 'place' in the integrated circuit, touching only a few idealized social locations seen primarily from the point of view of advanced capitalist societies: Home, Market, Paid Work Place, State, School, Clinic-Hospital, and Church.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Exploring concephons of bodily boundaries and social order, the anthropologist Mary Douglas (1966, 1970) should be credited with helping us to consciousness about how fundamental body imagery is to world view, and so to political language.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Literacy, especially in English, distinguishes the 'cheap' female labour so attractive to the multinationals.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Cherrie Moraga (1983) in Loving in the War Years explores the themes of identity when one never possessed the original language, never told the original story, never resided in the harmony of legitimate heterosexuality in the garden of culture, and so cannot base identity on a myth or a fall from innocence and right to natural names, mother's or father's.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
These are the couplings which make Man and Woman so problematic, subverting the structure of desire, the force imagined to generate language and gender, and so subverting the structure and modes of reproduction of 'Western' idendty, of nature and culture, of mirror and eye, slave and master, body and mind.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
It passes through women and other present-tense, illegitimate cyborgs, not of Woman born, who refuse the ideological resources of victimization so as to have a real life.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
To be One is to be autonomous, to be powerful, to be God; but to be One is to be an illusion, and so to be involved in a dialectic of apocalypse with the other.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
In so far as we know ourselves in both formal discourse (for example, biology) and in daily practice (for example, the homework economy in the integrated circuit), we find ourselves to be cyborgs, hybrids, mosaics, chimeras.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
A cyborg body is not innocent; it was not born in a garden; it does not seek unitary identity and so generate antagonistic dualisms without end (or until the world ends); it takes irony for granted.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Feminists have recently claimed that women are given to dailiness, that women more than men somehow sustain daily life, and so have a privileged epistemo-logical position potentially.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Cyborg imagery can help express two crucial arguments in this essay: first, the production of universal, totalizing theory is a major mistake that misses most of reality, probably always, but certainly now; and second, taking responsibility for the social relations of science and technology means refusing an anti-science metaphysics, a demonology of technology, and so means embracing the skilful task of reconstructing the boundaries of daily life, in partial connection with others, in communication with all of our parts.