from the pamphlet Radical Chains: Sexuality and Class Politics, published in 1999.
On 30 April 1999, a nail-bomb killed three people and injured dozens more. It exploded in the Admiral Duncan pub in Old Compton Street, the heart of gay Soho.
from the Workers' Liberty pamphlet Radical Chains: Sexuality and Class Politics, published in 1999.
"a class with radical chains ... which can only redeem itself by a total redemption of humanity" "The emancipation of the working class is also the emancipation of all human beings without distinction of race or sex."
from the Workers' Liberty pamphlet Radical Chains: Sexuality and Class Politics, published in 1999
A good place to start is with what we need. It's better than starting with what politicians are prepared to give, or what employers say they can afford.
Shortly before Christmas 2012, the Church of Engalnd voted not to allow women to become bishops. The decision to allow women bishops - with some qualification - was taken around two years later.
To the tune of While Shepherd's Watched Their Flocks ...
While bishops washed their frocks by night
All seated on the ground
An edict from the Synod came down
"It's still just men allowed"