A day

An international day of marginalised women. Of women not embraced as part of the great sisterhood. Of women who don’t have jobs to strike from. Of women too sick to make it to marches in the rain. Of women who couldn’t feel less safe or less invited to women’s-only spaces. Of women whose work is so precarious it isn’t even seen as work. Of non-binary folks. Of everyone giving their feminised labour and receiving feminised oppression who aren’t women. An international day and then every single other day.

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[images shows: otter dressed up for a photoshoot. She wears long silky gloves, a hat and a feather tucked into her dress. She’s playing with a water pistol]

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