Tomorrow Sex Will Be Safe Again
On the psycho-sexual cartography of PMC feminism.
The new culture of sobriety is deeply complementary to the joyless, achievement-oriented, toxic positivity of the neoliberal age.
Inside the Mind of the Professional-Managerial Class, Part Five: Elite Betrayal
You don't notice, and you don't notice that you don't notice, and you don't bring it up.
The Pitfalls of Polemic, or How to Criticize the Crankiest Class of Critics
A review of Catherine Liu’s
The PMC Gets Organized
“Minority unions” could be a fruitful path forward at a nadir of labor’s power, but their lack of focus on traditional workplace demands speaks to a worrying professional-managerial class orientation within these pressure groups.
Inside the Mind of the Professional-Managerial Class, Part Three
The precarious Professional-Managerial Class attempts to solve political problems through the futile mental gymnastics of identity politics.
On elite anxieties and the instrumentalization of education.