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"“glitches” – errors that indicate something has gone wrong – and explores how this embrace of failure can be emancipatory. Bodies that “fail” are bodies doing radical work, writes Russell, refusing legibility and breaking free of an understanding of gender as immutable and fixed. In the framework of our December issue, “The Feminist,” Isabelle Graw spoke to Legacy Russell about Glitch Feminism and gender today................."
"“glitches” – errors that indicate something has gone wrong – and explores how this embrace of failure can be emancipatory. Bodies that “fail” are bodies doing radical work, writes Russell, refusing legibility and breaking free of an understanding of gender as immutable and fixed. In the framework of our December issue, “The Feminist,” Isabelle Graw spoke to Legacy Russell about Glitch Feminism and gender today................."
"“glitches” – errors that indicate something has gone wrong – and explores how this embrace of failure can be emancipatory. Bodies that “fail” are bodies doing radical work, writes Russell, refusing legibility and breaking free of an understanding of gender as immutable and fixed. In the framework of our December issue, “The Feminist,” Isabelle Graw spoke to Legacy Russell about Glitch Feminism and gender today................."
"“glitches” – errors that indicate something has gone wrong – and explores how this embrace of failure can be emancipatory. Bodies that “fail” are bodies doing radical work, writes Russell, refusing legibility and breaking free of an understanding of gender as immutable and fixed. In the framework of our December issue, “The Feminist,” Isabelle Graw spoke to Legacy Russell about Glitch Feminism and gender today................."
"“glitches” – errors that indicate something has gone wrong – and explores how this embrace of failure can be emancipatory. Bodies that “fail” are bodies doing radical work, writes Russell, refusing legibility and breaking free of an understanding of gender as immutable and fixed. In the framework of our December issue, “The Feminist,” Isabelle Graw spoke to Legacy Russell about Glitch Feminism and gender today................."
What a great interview. Russel so deftly navigates the interviewer’s (often off-base) questions. This much is clear: Legacy deeply embodies their work and is able to explain Glitch Feminism with extreme intuition.
What a great interview. Russel so deftly navigates the interviewer’s (often off-base) questions. This much is clear: Legacy deeply embodies their work and is able to explain Glitch Feminism with extreme intuition.
What a great interview. Russel so deftly navigates the interviewer’s (often off-base) questions. This much is clear: Legacy deeply embodies their work and is able to explain Glitch Feminism with extreme intuition.
What a great interview. Russel so deftly navigates the interviewer’s (often off-base) questions. This much is clear: Legacy deeply embodies their work and is able to explain Glitch Feminism with extreme intuition.
What a great interview. Russel so deftly navigates the interviewer’s (often off-base) questions. This much is clear: Legacy deeply embodies their work and is able to explain Glitch Feminism with extreme intuition.
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