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Scum Grrrls is a feminist (maga)zine from Brussels, Belgium, inspired by radical feminism and riot grrrl:

"Scumgrrrls emprunte son titre au Scum Manifesto de Valérie Solanas, brûlot féministe radical des années 70 ainsi qu’au mouvement des riot grrrls, appartenant au féminisme des années 90 et 2000, les conjuguant pour créer un lien entre différents courants et histoires du féminisme, entre analyse et action féministes, avec du sérieux, de l’impertinence et une dose d’humour !
L’équipe éditoriale vit à Bruxelles, mais vient parfois d’ailleurs. Nos langues maternelles et d’usages sont multiples...voilà pourquoi nous avons voulu créer un magazine qui nous permette de nous exprimer, dans un espace collectif qui héberge à a fois le français, le néerlandais et l’anglais."

Scumgrrrls borrows its title Scum Manifesto by Valerie Solanas, radical feminist firebrand 70s and the movement of riot grrrls, belonging to feminism 90 years to 2000, combining to create a link between individual and common histories of feminism, between feminist analysis and action, with seriousness, impertinence and a dose of humor!

The editorial team lives in Brussels, but is sometimes elsewhere. Our mother tongues and many uses ... that's why we wanted to create a magazine that allows us to express ourselves in a collective space that was once home to the French, Dutch and English.

Scum Grrrls magazine is a collective space dedicated to the enthusiasm and feminist ideas of all sides. A place of pleasure and anger ... they can occupy and invest in order to give visibility, create links and generate inspiration ... feminist! Scum Grrrls feminist supports any initiative, whether activist, intellectual, or artistic, or all at once!

Contributions are welcome - do not hesitate to write to the editorial team for somettre your articles, illustrations, pictures ....!


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