fine, i'll jump.
i find affinity with workerists to the extent that i crave definition, clear boundaries, and winnable battles. but those tendencies in myself are throwbacks to a simpler understanding of the world, and one that i now consider hopelessly out of touch, even with its own history.
i find affinity with insurrectionists to the extent that i appreciate rage and a willingness to acknowledge that we don't know what will bring about change, or if anything will. insurrectionists feel like the most in-the-moment tendency in anarchy, but i'm not positive if that's the insurrectionists i know/have read, or a consistent aspect of the thinking.
i find affinity with anti-civ and even more with primitivists, because the desire to start all the fuck over, to tear it *all* down, is totally compelling to me, but i argue with what seems to be its purism even while i am drawn to it.
i find affinity with anarcha-feminism and APOC, because i continue to think that there is *some*thing to identity, to the necessity of coming from a PLACE, even though the places people claim seem to be completely badly defined/misunderstood.
and nihilism works for me to the extent that i don't base my actions on a plan, that i don't expect that anything i do will have any lasting attractive impact, but i'm in the world anyway, and acting (broadly defined) is better than not acting.
ps: i also want a tendency that honors wilde: more hard ass than fifth estate, more colorful than nihilism.