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Issue 10 FUTURE


We want a future outside of straight time. A future in which all our friends and lovers and their lovers are coming over for dinner around a table we built together. We want a future that is fair, fun, furry, fabulous, fierce, free and not fucked up. We want futures. We want a future in which state violence and violence in general are deeply retrograde. A future in which we have dismantled the harsh economic systems that govern our lives and loves. We want a future of cohabitation and self-governance. A future that sees and acknowledges emotional labour. We want a future that understands the reality of being broke, of being evicted, of being talked down to, of being ignored. We want a future that embraces weakness, where we come together, where we can lean on each other and stand strong. We want a future that is not afraid of difference, and that doesn’t forget to dance once in a while. We want a future of diverse temporalities. A feminist clock. A future that rethinks speed. We want a future that honours all of its pasts, presents and futures. We want a future for hugs and hands and sunshine and islands and collective intelligence. We want our future organized differently. And can you throw in time travel, too?

Featuring: Hanne Lippard, Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother), Rasheedah Phillips, Hannah Catherine Jones (Foxy Moron), Amelia Groom, Maren Karlson, Queer Ecologies Network, Kelly Rakowski, A.L. Steiner, Hacking with Care, Mai-Thu Perret, Melissa Canbaz, Janani Balasubramanian, Clara López Menéndez, Jibz Cameron, Geo Wyeth, re: The Furies (Kandis Williams, Andrea Liu, Christine Wang, Elizabeth Chin, Farah Al-Qasimi, Natasja Loutchko, Rozsa Farkas, Tamara Santibañes & Yunuen Rhi), Casey Jane Ellison, F-Architecture, Olivia Dunbar and Liz Allan. 

GIRLS LIKE US is an independent magazine turning the spotlight on an international expanding community of women from all genders within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals GIRLS LIKE US unfolds feminist legacies in arts and writing. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine is mapping collaborative routes towards a non-patriarchy.