FinnQueer is a new radical web magazine of the new
millennium defending the equality of minorities and criticizing
traditional ideologies of discrimination and oppression (sexism, religious
fundamentalism, racism and heterosexism).
FinnQueer is an internationally minded postmodern
magazine introducing new social movements and ideas to Finland (including
queer theory, social constructionism and genealogical philosophical
research). FinnQueer co-operates with new radical movements in various
countries criticizing hierarchical structures in science as well as in
social movements. FinnQueer co-operates with and imports information from
various critical organisations and grassroots movements in all parts of
FinnQueer monitors the Internet and the international
general media and information sites of various sexual equality movements.
FinnQueer reports on the developments in the world for Finnish readers and
on the situation in Finland for the foreign audience. Editors of FinnQueer
participate in international movements and conferences.
FinnQueer reports and analyses the social equality of
various minorities (sexual, gender, linguistic, ethnic) and examines the
psychological and social problems caused by minority status and ideologies
of discrimination. FinnQueer offers a critical information and
communication channel for schools, institutions and universities.