Boycott New York Pizza!

We are calling out to boycott New York Pizza!

While having a nice bikeride in Amsterdam Noord – one of our Kattenkwaad activists was confronted with the new sexist advertisement of New York Pizza. 

The advertisement shows a naked body with two cauliflowers that the person places in front of their breasts, overly sexualising breasts and objectifiying the womxn’s bodies.Sexists advertisements are not new and we see them almost daily, and even though many people call out to end this, not a lot happens. So we are angry and it’s time to throw with those cauliflowers.


You can email New York Pizza and let them know that we are NOT amused about their new advertisement by sending them an email that we will boycott them! Email:

If you don’t feel like sending your own message, you can send this message:

Hi NY Pizza,

Today I saw the new poster campaign on cauliflower. I was quite shocked that this is very women unfriendly! It is incredibly sexist and it objectifies bodies and breasts. These kind of advertisements are just not a way to go in this day and age (also not in the past actually) and it is terrible that you use sexism to sell pizza’s. Take you posters from the streets ASAP, we have started a boycott activity against these advertisements.

It’s also a good idea to send this email to the designers that make this kind of advertisements, which is NATWERK in Amsterdam. Their email address is:

Workshop Sexism, Racism and Other Discriminatory Behavior in Activist Collectives

Sexism, Racism and Other Discriminatory Behavior in Activist Collectives

On the 8th of June, Kattenkwaad will host a workshop on sexism, racism and other discriminatory  behavior in activist collectives or actions at anarchist festival the Pinksterlanddagen

Sometimes you enter an activist or anarchist space and you feel uncomfortable, not welcome and not empowered to voice your opinion or discuss your ideas. Spaces where you are supposed to feel more comfortable because people state that they are striving towards a non-discriminatory world or towards creating a space where everyone is welcome. Yet, underlying power structures that are present in society are often hard to break loose from, also in these communities.  

Feminist initiative Kattenkwaad will host a workshop on sexism, racism, ableism and other discriminatory behaviour in anarchist and activist groups. This workshop will focus on sharing experiences with each other, to discuss what we have been through and how we can deal with these situations. We organise it from an ‘open space’ perspective, which means that there is no set questions to discuss, but everyone is welcome to introduce questions, and to answer them. We believe that we don’t hold all the answers, and together we know way more.

The workshop will be open for everyone who feels like they experience or have experienced discriminatory behaviour. Women and non-binary identifying people their voices and experiences (particularly lesbians and bisexual, women of colour and trans-women) are going to be prioritised throughout the workshop. We hope that no one who wants to join the workshop engages in racist, homophobic, transphobic, ableist, ageist, classist, sexist or other exclusionary behaviour, including any and all forms of shaming, erasure, and victim blaming. We will interfere whenever we do feel like that is happening and we hope to create a space where people can share if they want to share or not their experiences and approaches to deal with these situations.

About the Pinksterlanddagen

The Pinksterlanddagen (or PL for short) is an anarchist festival which takes place every year in the weekend of pentecost, in the end of May or the beginning of June. This year it will take place on the 8th of June and 9th of June. The program is on Saturday and Sunday, but you can arrive on Friday and stay untill Monday morning. Hot meals in the evening will be provided against additional (low) cost. There is also a canteen where you can get sandwiches, cake, coffee, tea and other food items. Everything is vegan and organic. The festival is alcohol and drug-free.
The PL is only possible if everybody helps out. You can help out by cleaning up, giving a workshop, helping in the kitchen, doing the dishes, making radio, singing a song and many other ways.
The suggested donation is 17,50 for the whole weekend, or 10 euro for a single day. More information on the Pinksterlanddagen can be found on: This pdf-file was published on and shows you which other workshops are possible to visit during the Pinksterlanddagen:


Time of the workshop: 14h – 15:30h

Anarchistisch kampeerterrein Appelscha
Aekingaweg 1a

8426GN Appelscha

Hex the Patriarchy Reading Group 2

HEX THE PATRIARCHY Reading Group 2: Witches, Witch-Hunting and Women*

On the 25th of April, we will extent our discussion of the relationship between witchcraft, anti-capitalism and feminism!

In the feminist movement, the depiction of the ‘witch’ has often been used as a symbol for resistance towards patriarchy and used as direct action methods for direct change (think about W.I.T.C.H). Yet, the genocide of women during the early modern witch-hunt era in Europe is often overlooked when we talk of periods in history that have had an impact on social inequalities in contemporary society. Yet, these witch-hunts occurred during the rise of modern day capitalism, and when the political and economic power of the church became very important. Christianity and capitalism sailed together to other places and there too, decided that powerful women*, medicine women*, shamans and everyone who they saw as ‘witches’ were destroyed. In some places in the world, the witch hunts are making a come back .According to Federici:

‘We are witnessing a new surge of interpersonal and institutional violence against women, including new witch hunts, which have occurred alongside an expansion of capitalist social relations.’

This is the second meeting which focusses on Silvia Federici’s ‘Witches, Witch-hunting and Women’. We would like it if you come to the reading group prepared, and if you can also read the previous chapters. Federici will offer us an explanation of how anti-capitalism should be connected with feminism, and the other way around.

We will read and discuss:

– Chapter 5: On the Meaning of Gossip

– Chapter 6: Globalization, Capital Accumulation and Violence Against Women: An International and Historical Perspective

– Chapter 7: Witch-Hunting, Globalization, and Feminist Solidarity in Africa Today

The book ‘Witches, Witch-Hunting and Women’ can be bought at the anarchist bookstore the Opstand,

And you can email kattenkwaad-haf(at) for a pdf.

Time: 19h

Address: Roggeveenstraat 56, The Hague