‘Every hierarchy, every abuse, every act of domination that seeks to justify or excuse itself appeals through analogy to the rule of adults over children. We are all indoctrinated from birth in ways of “because I said so.” The flags of supposed experience, benevolence, and familial obligation are the first of many paraded through our lives to celebrate the suppression of our agency, the dismissal of our desires, the reduction of our personhood.’ – Stinney Distro (from the introduction)
A collection of essays that tackle the primal hierarchy – between the old and their young.
Publisher: Active Distribution | Dog Section Press | Stiney Distro
Published: 2016 (1st edition), 2017 (this edition) – third reprint, 2021.