This booklet looks at the work of the first Romanian anarcha-feminist collective LoveKills and other anarchist group that came to life during the 1990's after the fall of the communist regime. It examines how they challenged mainstream feminist movements and others in the anarchist scene.
LoveKills was the first anarcha-feminist collective in Romania, active between 2003-2009 in several cities in the country, including Craiova, Timisoara and Bucharest. They published a fanzine and organized a festival with the same name, organized debates, workshops, film screenings, readings, published and distributed brochures for March 8 - International Women's Day and were involved in various actions. LoveKills fought against patriarchy, capitalism, militarism, racism, fascism and xenophobia, as well as for animal rights.