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It has been a hot minute (score of years) since I felt any desire to be part of such an organization in part because it seems the same old issues feminists were fighting in the '70's are still with us. Glorification of the Spectacular is still the order of the day.

"In other words, the very heart of social relations within BRRN produced a culture that depoliticized care and glorified masculinized “productive” work to the extent that a feminist analysis of the political moment wasn’t even audible to the culture let alone understood as urgent. If the social relations within the organization were designed to reward individualized clout chasing as the productive form of militant praxis, any feminist who made a demand for more rigorous and collective political analysis was in violation of the patriarchal order of things."