A weekly feminist roundup
The GUTS editorial collective reflects on CASH
Tara Emelye Needham challenges the self-help genre of the “debt confessional,” addressing the debilitating stress and depression that arises from self-imposed austerity, and gives human form to immaterial monetary concepts—debt, budget, and credit.
"Where does the economy end, and I begin?" Cassie Thornton against financialized subjectivity.
In a call for more rather than less, Clementine Morrigan has three questions to ensure you’re receiving emotional labour ethically.
In a world where our access to cash becomes more precarious by the day, Mary-Dan Johnston says we should demand more than the further monetization of our lives and relationships.