Travel & Photography | Malaysia: Old Kuching // Sentio

Travel & Photography | Malaysia: Old Kuching // Sentio

We familiarized ourselves with Old Kuching and the diversity that its different cultures and histories have contributed to the city. Continue reading Travel & Photography | Malaysia: Old Kuching // Sentio

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#Review || Parenting & A Liberal Bubble: ‘Class’ By Lucinda Rosenfeld Offers Us A Chance To Really Examine Ourselves & Our Motivations — Which Is Always An Important & Eye-Opening Exercise For People Of All Walks Of Life // Anne Logan, I’ve Read This

#Review || Parenting & A Liberal Bubble: ‘Class’ By Lucinda Rosenfeld Offers Us A Chance To Really Examine Ourselves & Our Motivations — Which Is Always An Important & Eye-Opening Exercise For People Of All Walks Of Life // Anne Logan, I’ve Read This

It’s how you act on assumptions that makes all the difference. Like other bleeding heart liberals, I’m hoping that society in general will continue to become more tolerant and accepting of people’s differences. Continue reading #Review || Parenting & A Liberal Bubble: ‘Class’ By Lucinda Rosenfeld Offers Us A Chance To Really Examine Ourselves & Our Motivations — Which Is Always An Important & Eye-Opening Exercise For People Of All Walks Of Life // Anne Logan, I’ve Read This

Art Intervention, Politics At It’s Highlight — ‘The Illuminator’ Is An Art-Activist Collective Making A Strong Case For Public Art & Political Voice

Art Intervention, Politics At It’s Highlight — ‘The Illuminator’ Is An Art-Activist Collective Making A Strong Case For Public Art & Political Voice

“Our work calls attention to the many urgent crises that confront us, in support of the ongoing struggle for a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.” — The Illuminator Continue reading Art Intervention, Politics At It’s Highlight — ‘The Illuminator’ Is An Art-Activist Collective Making A Strong Case For Public Art & Political Voice

Review: ‘Bitch Planet Triple Feature #2’ By Kelly Sue DeConnick & Valentine De Landro Is A Feminist Dystopian Comic Quickly Becoming A Fan Favorite // Rachel McGill

Review: ‘Bitch Planet Triple Feature #2’ By Kelly Sue DeConnick & Valentine De Landro Is A Feminist Dystopian Comic Quickly Becoming A Fan Favorite // Rachel McGill

Written as an exploitation film parody, this feminist dystopian comic is sure to make many feel “noncompliant”. Of course, life on the Auxillary Compliance Outpost known as Bitch Planet isn’t easy. Continue reading Review: ‘Bitch Planet Triple Feature #2’ By Kelly Sue DeConnick & Valentine De Landro Is A Feminist Dystopian Comic Quickly Becoming A Fan Favorite // Rachel McGill

Review: Netflix’s ‘To The Bone’ Is A Story Of Dissatisfaction, Anorexia, & Unresolved Issues

Review: Netflix’s ‘To The Bone’ Is A Story Of Dissatisfaction, Anorexia, & Unresolved Issues

There were moments of unsatisfied narrative threads throughout the film, such as the mention of a father who never showed up although the step mother continuously said “he’s on his way.” And perhaps this would have been a lovely analogy of someone enduring dissatisfaction (since when is real life ever so neat?). Continue reading Review: Netflix’s ‘To The Bone’ Is A Story Of Dissatisfaction, Anorexia, & Unresolved Issues