Viktor Stuyck | The term ‘non-binary’ became increasingly well-known and widely spread over the past few years, this however does not mean that it has been properly recognized, let alone emancipated. This essay looks at the recognition of the non-binary gender identity by dominant systems and its shortcomings on a structural level.
Chloé Kerlaud | The female problem is the healthcare industry that systematically discriminates against women because, for millennia, medicine has functioned with the assumption that the male body represents humanity as a whole. Men are the default humans. The ancient Greeks started the trend of seeing the female body as a ‘mutilated male’ body. In their view, the male body is an ideal that women fail to live up to. In some Hippocratic texts, the basis of scientific practices, it is said that “the womb is the origin of diseases”