One of the strangest interactions as a woman who climbs is when a guy (who has never climbed) asks you on a date, and insists on going to the gym. And once they get going they realize that it’s a totally different group of muscles, that they almost never use, and they get frustrated or embarrassed, when in reality, it’s not a big deal.
isn’t it funny how if a straight girl thinks a girl is cute it’s just a platonic “girl crush” but if a lesbian girl thinks a guy is cute, her sexuality is automatically invalidated? i think it’s hilarious haha
Anarchy in Action is a book exploring anarchist thought and practice, written by Colin Ward and first published in 1973. With chapters on the family, topless federations, schools, housing, crime, employment, welfare, deviancy, planning, and more, this is probably the best practical example of anarchist ideas in action.
As he writes in his introduction “This book is not intended for people who had spent a lifetime pondering the problems of anarchism, but for those who either had no idea of what the word implied or knew exactly what it implied and rejected it, considering that it had no relevance for the modern world. My original preference as a title was the more cumbersome but more accurate ‘Anarchism As A Theory Of Organization’ because, as I urge in my preface, that is what the book is about. It is not about strategies for revolution and it is not involved in speculation on the way an anarchist society would function. It is about the ways in which people organize themselves in any kind of human society, whether we care to categorize those societies as primitive, traditional, capitalist or communist…”
Anarchy in Action by Colin Ward can be read and downloaded in PDF format here: Anarchy in Action