Interview with the creators of abortourism

"I would like to emphasize that we’re not saying that art’s task is to be socially sensitive—and parading as a social worker is absolutely the worst. However, turning one’s back on the world is also a form of taking a political stance, and since in every kind of neoliberal system, anger in itself is already a taboo, it is precisely this kind of self-censorship that will stand in the way of radicalism. I don’t think that not taking offense is a right, nor that we, as artists, owe it to anyone to affirm their beliefs. The question might arise why we, as feminists, make fun of other women?"

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