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T his special issue of Imaginations was conceived to document, provoke, theorize, and imagine relations between humans, and between humans and other-than-humans, that go beyond and trouble normative categories of nature, sex, and love. Such categories manifest, for example, in settler-colonial forms of kin, kind, and relating that are hierarchical, anthropocentric, capitalocentric, and hetero-and homonormative. Activists, artists, and scholars have rigorously critiqued family forms legitimateddoi:10.17742/image.cr.10.1.1 fatcat:74ll6n2g3nbsxgbl4qnz2uee2q