Caitlin Donohue

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Caitlin Donohue grew up in the Sunset and attended Jefferson Elementary School. She writes about weed, sex, perreo, and other methods of dismantling power structures. Her current center of operations is Mexico City.

Seeing Red: SF Mime Troupe is making it a socialist summer

57-year-old agit-prop institution's latest takes us back in time to when it seemed America was on the brink of something bigger

Sex workers organize national anti-SESTA/FOSTA protests Saturday

Backers of the new law say it will curb sex trafficking—but the effect on sex workers and an open Internet has already been calamitous.

Chilean feminists take over 14 university campuses in response to accusations of sexual assault

Radical currents sweep the country—could they bring long-awaited justice for Chilean women? A report from Santiago.

Architecturally sound neon Pomeranians: Our top 5 from Mexico City Art Week

As the art world flocked to CDMX for the latest, we downed medicated chocolates and took in some great work—on and off the beaten path.

Wall prevail

Precita Eyes Muralists celebrates 40 years as SF's champion of community art -- and its artists right to define their streets

Dolores Huerta, filling the screen

Speaking with the civil rights leader and organizer about surviving Trump -- and new bio-pic, 'Dolores.'

Expanding consciousness

The Zendo Project and new 'Manual of Psychedelic Support' aim to alleviate bad trips at music festivals and beyond.

Tearing down the ‘Walls’

Latest SF Mime Troupe takes on the challenge of immigration, and parodying 'a government that is a parody of itself.'

Holes in our understanding

Performer and faux queen Fauxnique's new show 'C*NT' tackles feminist mythology, pathological misogyny, and campy French philosophy.

Deaf dance in the time of Trump

The inspiring Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival has global impact -- and domestic challenges.