Kelis does some posthumanist feminism

So, I’ll probably have more to say about this track/video later, but, because this song is so awesome, here are some initial thoughts:

1. The totally minimal nature of the track, the super-clean production, the “restrained” or even “tasteful” vibe of the whole thing (backing and vocals).

2. The video puts the following two ideas in conversation: (a) the blurring of human/animal/robot; and (b) the positive valuation of women of color as mothers. Paging Dr. Haraway…