Maybe it has to do with the fact that I’m getting older and more aware of the world around me and it’s always been like this – or maybe we’re all in the wrong place at the wrong time. Of course I am aware of all those wars going on in the world. It’s hard … More Is this what 1913 felt like?
In my last post I talked partially about stereotypes and how we should stop defining ourselves and others by them. This is a less serious post, well, sort of (because the last one was so super serious), but with examples. Now I, like many, have a Facebook account. I still refuse to get a Twitter … More You know…that’s just not true (Me vs. (Men vs. Women))
The museum for communication in Frankfurt currently has an exhibition called “Body Talks” in which they portray the history of the bra since it’s invention around 1900 and its patenting in 1914 – so this year is its 100-year anniversary. The interesting thing to see is the relationship between bras, the perfect female body and … More On bras and taking them off in public
Curious, how we hold ourselves captive in some form of madness – or another. I wonder – though I know we are always better doctors in hindsight – if we ever had a choice. If there was ever a way, a light, a dark, a door. Or if our very own straight jacket is just … More She’s on the wall
I came across this article on esnortica.co about Sweden’s approach on prostitution. Their approach is basically what women’s rights activists have been asking for for ages: Criminalize the buying of sex, but legalize the selling of it, so shifting the blame from the prostitute to the consumer. In addition to the two pronged legal strategy, … More A new/old way to end prostitution?
The breath taken princess was forces into her nightgown soft and silk and name tag She was sent off to bed when the sun went down her bed was freshly made up but remained untouched Her feet were bare, her hands were stronger than they looked and her mind was full of day no one … More A walk in the dark – a royal poem
It’s crazy, I know, but so was trying to fly to the moon – not that that really helped anybody – but a group of students from Aberdeen have made it their goal to raise 6 million pounds to buy a castle to provide a safe haven for refugees. Here is an article on the … More They’re buying a castle for refugees!