Useful Literature

Feminist critiques on sexism, racism, ableism, transphobia and other discriminatory behavior

Literature in English

  • Murat Aydemir – ‘Dutch Homonationalism and Intersectionality’
  • Judith Butler – ‘Gender Trouble: Feminism and Subversion of Identity’
  • Chase – ‘Hermaphrodites with Attitude: Mapping the Emergence of Intersex Political Activism’
  • Clare – ‘Gawking, Gaping, Staring’
  • Angela Davis – ‘Women, Race & Class’ and ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’
  • B. Darling et al. (eds.) – ‘Queering Anarchism: Addressing and Undressing Power and Desire’
  • Silvia Federici – ‘Witches, Witch-hunting, And Women’
  • Jessica Hoffmann and Daria Yudacufski (eds.) – ‘Feminisms in Motion: Voices for Justice, Liberation and Transformation
  • bell hooks – ‘Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center’
  • McRuer – ‘Disabling Sex: Notes for a Crip Theory of Sexuality’
  • Laura Mulvey – ‘Visual Pleasure and the Narrative Cinema’
  • Nina Power – ‘One Dimensional Women’
  • Gloria Wekker -‘ White Innocence: Paradoxes of Colonialism and Race’
  • Queer Beograd Collective – ‘On Trans Issues and Sex Work’

Literatuur in het Nederlands

  • Anousha Nzume – ‘Hallo Witte Mensen’
  • Gloria Wekker – ‘Witte Onschuld: Pardoxen van Kolonialisme en Ras’

Literature specifically on survivor support

  • Cindy Crabb – ‘Learning Good Consent: on Healthy Relationships and Survivor Support’
  • Dysophia 5 – ‘What About the Rapists? Anarchist Approaches to Crime & Justice’


  • ‘Yes, we fuck!’ by Antonio Centeno and Raúl de la Morena
  • ‘Stonewall Uprising’ by Kate Davis and David Heilbroner
  • ‘Genderbende’ by Sophie Dros
  • ‘Wit is ook een kleur’ by Sunny Bergman