The very idea of abortion is inseparable from the way we relate to each other as individuals. It invokes a sequence of deep-rooted associations: the embryo symbolises a child; a child symbolises a family; a family symbolises a home; a home symbolises the domestic; the domestic symbolises relatedness.
Poetry of Bledvar Albekell
A confession of a woman who, in equal measure, was psychologically traumatised by the experience of abortion and the stigma surrounding the procedure in Malta.
Freedom from gendered norms will bring us closer to building welcoming and inclusive societies. No borders, no genders, no nations, no profits.
The craft of embroidery transforms and embellishes the experiences of the caregivers: it evacuates them from the confines of the private household and turns into artworks accessible to the public.
The image of domestic kitchen serves as an electoral asset and reinforces heterosexual gender roles at once.
The growing discrimination, harassment, attacks and assaults are not bound to one social category (such as gender) but to multiple at once—age, race, class. Queer-feminist street art is a response to such harassment in public space.