We’re gonna live free and live wild, we’ll be living in a life just...

It might not be wise to bracket together the two films, Afire and Anatomy of a Fall, since they belong to different genres, are...

Birth control, abortion and sexuality after the earthquake in Hatay / Interview with Dr....

The Association of Public Health Specialists (Halk Sağlığı Uzmanları Derneği - HASUDER) established a “Women and Reproductive Health Services in Disasters” unit in Hatay...

“The only way to support our mental health in this period is solidarity” /...

After the February 6 earthquakes, we share an interview with Zerrin Oğlağu and Neşe Yorguner, volunteer psychiatrists who went to Adıyaman and Hatay. How did...

An Interview with Lucía Melgar on the decriminalization of abortion in Mexico

In Mexico, the Supreme Court ruled on September 7 to decriminalize abortion at the federal level. We talked with Lucía Melgar, a feminist from...

Don’t die but live a life of great misery! / Interview with Yıldız Tar...

We are sharing our interview with Yıldız Tar from Ankara LGBTI+ Earthquake Solidarity. How did Ankara LGBTI+ Earthquake Solidarity come together? Immediately after the earthquake, a...

Disaster is not natural but political

In the aftermath of the disaster, one of the issues we need to focus on the most is memorylessness, fatalism and being convinced by...

The earthquake is not over yet

As we deliver materials a woman says, “give me a broom, I am cleaning the tent with my hands.” To whose ears these words...

“Women continue the pace of life again” / Interview with feminists who went to...

“When I talked to the women here, I felt both anger and sadness when I heard about this whole process they were going through,...

Statement from the March 8, 21st Feminist Night March in Istanbul

On February 6, we woke up to a disastrous earthquake that caused serious destruction in 10 cities in Turkey. According to the official figures,...

On “the Patriarchy of Things” / Interview with Rebekka Endler

“The Patriarchy of Things” is a 2021 book by journalist Rebekka Endler. In it, Endler holds a magnifying glass to many areas including the...

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