I’m a Hooker! The blog posting platform Medium has a useful reading statistics organisation. Unlike on WordPress, it differentiates between people who have clicked on your post, and those who … Continue reading I’m a Hooker! I’m a Sex Worker!
The prostitution debate has a curious texture to it. It is fervently and belligerently held, relies regularly on simplistic, narrow theorizing (and lets face it, basic ignorance), and encourages its … Continue reading How to be a Prude
I like to try, these days, and make a differentiation between classical liberal feminists, who believe using social processes to obtain some murky concept of equality and liberty, and those … Continue reading Thoughts For the day: Isms
Is Rene Magritte’s “The Rape” an admonishing of the way in which society sees women’s sex and their person as indivisible? The woman’s face that is also her naked body, that is … Continue reading The Work of Suzzan Blac
When I was kid, I remember the general adult riposte to my regular protestation ‘Its not fair!’ being, ‘Well, life is not fair.’ Yes, the superficial vein was (dis)honest cynicism, … Continue reading Why I Still Support Corbyn, Despite Decriminalization
The art house cinema finds its definition, firstly, in how its main imperative is the need to achieve expressive merit… as opposed to entertainment value or commercial gain. That is not say … Continue reading My Favourite – Art Films
Originally Published in the now defunct Subtitled Online International film, or world cinema, is largely a sort of genre category utilized by film distributors and retailers in Britain to designate non-British, … Continue reading My Favourite – ‘International’ Cinema