The following document was approved unanimously at the 2018 World Congress of the IMT. Its aim is to draw a line between Marxism and a set of idealistic and postmodernist alien class ideas.
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Is Queer Theory compatible with Marxism? Can there be such a thing as “Queer Marxism”? Yola Kipcak in Vienna replies in the negative, and explains why.
On 28 June 1969, a riot just outside the Stonewall Inn bar in NYC marked a turning point in the fight for the emancipation of LGBTQ people.
50 years after the Stonewall Rebellion, the militant legacy of mass struggle has been obscured by apolitical and commercialized Pride celebrations.
The question of oppression cannot be isolated from the general process of radicalization that is unfolding in the US and around the world.
The struggle against gender oppression and sexual orientation-based discrimination has developed into mass movements in many countries. These protests have within them an intrinsic revolutionary potential.
The capitalist status quo offers no way out for LGBT+ youth. Our oppression can only end with the end of capitalism and all of its rotten institutions.
What is intersectionality theory? Is it useful for fighting oppression, and is it compatible with Marxism?
In its ascendant phase, the Russian Revolution enacted the most progressive laws of its time as a step towards the liberation of all the oppressed.