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
So the day before yesterday I moved into my fourth decade. I went to a museum, cooked soggy rice, drank wine whilst watching a film that made me confront my … Continue reading Learning Thirty: What I have Understood About Dissent (nothing)
Back in 2014, I co-authored an academic paper published in a graduate journal that sought to discuss the delineation of women in prostitution into mythologized categories: social pariah, abject, … Continue reading Whorburbia
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
Let me confess. I am a bit of fatster these days. It feels like confessing to being a heroin addict or a dogger or a Trump supporter… but the funny thing … Continue reading Fat, And?
The sanitary, work to just-but live, nature of our daily lives interspersed with an endless array of small-fry digital actions (flipping between screen and screen and screen and screen), lead us inexorably to experience being in entirely fragmented and, ultimately bland cognizance, a set of mind that does not have the scope for sensual exaltation.