Sat down and gave this a good ol read last night. "Radical Softness as a Boundless Form of Resistance" an essay zine published by @genderfail. Written by @be.oakley. It addresses the idea of silent resistance and those internal sentiments that are expressed on a daily basis. Sentiments which may not be seen or appreciated but which have a powerful affect for that individual and for the way they interact with the notion of resistance. It extends this to writing as a form of radical softness, a moulded definition of public protest, and deconstructs a specific privilege some people have, that of being able to be visible and heard. It is a set of ideas I rarely come across, not in such a focused way, and I would absolutely welcome this dialogue to disseminate and develop. Go have a gander at Gender Fail at the brilliant works they are publishing!