“It was a great mistake, my being born a man, I would have been much more successful as a seagull or a fish. As it is, I will always be a stranger who never feels at home, who does not really want and is not really wanted, who can never belong, who must be a little in love with death!”

Eugene O’Neill
After decades of inner struggles, in her 50s, Mika decided it was time to become her full self
“Home is where we live with feminist concepts in patriarchal spaces. It is a sort of Platonic cave,  where wrongs, oppression, injustice, and inequality have been hidden and reproduced unconsciously and mechanically for centuries, preserving the moral ruins of an archeological humanity. If the home of the past was a machine for distinctions, in the future it must become a collective discipline of intermixing: intermixing of classes, intermixing of identities, intermixing of peoples, and intermixing of cultures.”

Emanuele Coccia


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