Jules Joanne Gleeson (@socialrepro)


This Infamous Proposal

The call for family abolition is a demand for queer joy and a blossoming of other, better ways of being together.

What's to Debate?

The support of most Labour leadership candidates for trans rights is welcome. But arguments over 'sex' and 'gender' miss the sheer complexity and bureaucracy of current laws on gender recognition.

Dialectics / Dialogue: a review of Ashley Bohrer's Marxism and Intersectionality

Ashley Bohrer's latest book brings Marxism and intersectionality into dialogue, offering a groundbreaking reading of the two traditions, but a limited view of collective struggle.

A Curse On Both Your Brexits

Both the Conservative and Labour Party have found themselves divided over Brexit, but neither calls for a People's Vote or 'Lexit' are an adequate response to an insurgent nationalism

Implicit Crisis

Asad Haider’s Mistaken Identity, one of the stronger contributions to the ‘identity debate’, is a convincing defence of coalitions and class struggle but an all too subtle argument against political pessimism

On The Guardian's Transphobic Centrism

The Guardian's sly, transphobic editorial rightly caused outrage but should also help clarify strategies for future trans politics

Lesbians Going Their Own Way? A Critical View of the London Pride Hi-Jacking

The Get the L Out disruption of Pride reflects capital's tendencies to fragment and incorporate struggles.

An Anatomy of the Soy Boy

New Developments in the Abuse and Expression of Effeminacy in Anonymous Online Spaces

Normietivity: A Review of Angela Nagle's Kill all Normies

Inevitably, Angela Nagle’s new polemical non-fiction book, Kill All Normies, sent me on a trip down memory lane.

This Infamous Proposal

The call for family abolition is a demand for queer joy and a blossoming of other, better ways of being together.

What's to Debate?

The support of most Labour leadership candidates for trans rights is welcome. But arguments over 'sex' and 'gender' miss the sheer complexity and bureaucracy of current laws on gender recognition.

Dialectics / Dialogue: a review of Ashley Bohrer's Marxism and Intersectionality

Ashley Bohrer's latest book brings Marxism and intersectionality into dialogue, offering a groundbreaking reading of the two traditions, but a limited view of collective struggle.

A Curse On Both Your Brexits

Both the Conservative and Labour Party have found themselves divided over Brexit, but neither calls for a People's Vote or 'Lexit' are an adequate response to an insurgent nationalism

Implicit Crisis

Asad Haider’s Mistaken Identity, one of the stronger contributions to the ‘identity debate’, is a convincing defence of coalitions and class struggle but an all too subtle argument against political pessimism

On The Guardian's Transphobic Centrism

The Guardian's sly, transphobic editorial rightly caused outrage but should also help clarify strategies for future trans politics

Lesbians Going Their Own Way? A Critical View of the London Pride Hi-Jacking

The Get the L Out disruption of Pride reflects capital's tendencies to fragment and incorporate struggles.

An Anatomy of the Soy Boy

New Developments in the Abuse and Expression of Effeminacy in Anonymous Online Spaces

Normietivity: A Review of Angela Nagle's Kill all Normies

Inevitably, Angela Nagle’s new polemical non-fiction book, Kill All Normies, sent me on a trip down memory lane.