Cross-readings along the axes of private:

Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
Our struggle for a feminist internet is one that forms part of a continuum of our resistance in other spaces, public, private and in-between.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
Women’s agency lies in their ability to make informed decisions on what aspects of their public or private lives to share online.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
We reject practices by states and private companies to use data for profit and to manipulate behaviour online.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
We pay equal attention to surveillance practices by individuals, the private sector, the state and non-state actors.
Feminist Principles of the Internet [EN] (2016)
We call on all internet stakeholders, including internet users, policy makers and the private sector, to address the issue of online harassment and technology-related violence.
The 3D Additivist Manifesto [EN] (2015)
Sacred items used during incantation and transcendence, including: The private parts of Gods and Saints Idols Altars Cuauhxicalli Ectoplasm Nantag stones The production of further mimetic forms, not limited to: Vorpal Blades Squirdles Energon Symmetriads Asymmetriads Capital Junk Love Alephs Those that from a long way off look like flies.
Manifesto for the Gynecene [EN] (2015)
Development of technology must be pursued in agreement with the respect for nature and its limits and it must not be submitted to private interests or corporate profit.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
); lousy singers and musicians; Chairmen of Boards; Breadwinners; landlords; owners of greasy spoons and restaurants that play Musak; "Great Artists"; cheap pikers and welchers; cops; tycoons; scientists working on death and destruction programs or for private industry (practically all scientists); liars and phonies; disc jockeys; men who intrude themselves in the slightest way on any strange female; real estate men; stock brokers; men who speak when they have nothing to say; men who loiter idly on the street and mar the landscape with their presence; double dealers; flim-flam artists; litterbugs; plagiarizers; men who in the slightest way harm any female; all men in the advertising industry; psychiatrists and clinical psychologists; dishonest writers, journalists, editors, publishers, etc.
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
; censors on both the public and private levels; all members of the armed forces, including draftees (LBJ and McNamara give orders, but servicemen carry them out) and particularly pilots (if the bomb drops, LBJ won't drop it; a pilot will).
S.C.U.M manifesto [EN] (1967)
Since the government is occupied almost entirely with regulating economic affairs and legislating against purely private matters, the elimination of money and with it the elimination of males who wish to legislate "morality" will mean that there will be practically no issues to vote on.
Xenofeminist manifesto [EN] (2015)
The 'given' is sequestered into the private realm as a certainty, whilst retreating on fronts of public consequences.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
No longer structured by the polarity of public and private, the cyborg defines a technological polls based partly on a revolution of social relations in the oikos, the household.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Public /Private.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
The dichotomies between mind and body, animal and human, organism and machine, public and private, nature and culture, men and women, primitive and civilized are all in question ideologically.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
The boundary-maintaining images of base and superstructure, public and private, or material and ideal never seemed more feeble.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Although lived problematically and unequally, ideal forms of these families might be schematized as (1) the patriarchal nuclear family, structured by the dichotomy between public and private and accompanied by the white bourgeois ideology of separate spheres and nineteenth-century Anglo-American bourgeois feminism; (2) the modern family mediated (or enforced) by the welfare state and institutions like the family wage, with a flowering of a-feminist heterosexual ideologies, including their radical versions represented in Greenwich Village around the First World War; and (3) the 'family' of the homework economy with its oxymoronic structure of womenheaded households and its explosion of feminisms and the paradoxical intensification and erosion of gender itself.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
The new technologies seem deeply involved in the forms of'privatization' that Ros Petchesky (1981) has analysed, in which militarization, right-wing family ideologies and policies, and intensified definitions of corporate (and state) property as private synergistically interact.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Technologies like video games and highly miniaturized televi-sions seem crucial to production of modern forms of 'private life'.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
The close ties of sexuality and instrumentality, of views of the body as a kind of private satisfaction- and utility-maximizing machine, are described nicely in sociobiological origin stories that stress a genetic calculus and explain the inevitable dialectic of domination of male and female gender roles.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
If it was ever possible ideologically to characterize women's lives by the disdnction of public and private domains-- suggested by images of the division of working-class life into factory and home, of bourgeois life into market and home, and of gender existence into personal and political realms --it is now a totally misleading ideology, even to show how both terms of these dichotomies construct each other in practice and in theory.