dykes against the klan
bleeding red whose streets // our streets







Love, as I am beginning to understand it is the vulnerable/unstable/beautiful place where we are collectively becoming different. Who we love is political. It is a means to practice and unlearn individualism, isolation, and capitalism – it can reshape our realities, exist as an active form of care, create new counter-publics (cue Berlant, hooks, Davis.)



In other notes – Philadelphia Assembled is launching this Spring. Follow along at our website and subscribe to our google calendar below!