Edited by Be Oakley with essay's by Lora Mathis, Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera, Noah LeBien and Kimi Hanauer on how "radical softness as a boundless form of resistance" resonates with each artists' practice.
"GenderFail is a publishing and programming initiative that seeks to encourage projects that foster an intersectional queer subjectivity. For GenderFail, a queer subjectivity is one that pushes against a capitalist, racist, ableist, xenophobic, transphobic, homophobic, misogynistic, and anti-environmental ideology. Our projects look at various forms of failure - from personal, public, and political perspectives - as a boundless form of creative potential. GenderFail is fueled by the messiness of collaboration, education, and community to continue to push our goals of failing forward. GenderFail embraces failure as a site of cultural production."