‘The Politics Of Washing: Real Life In Venice’ By Polly Coles

‘The Politics Of Washing: Real Life In Venice’ By Polly Coles

If you’ve been to Venice and been puzzled by the notion of actually living there and questioned how a washing machine would be delivered along tiny streets and into the narrow doorways which lead to peoples homes, then this book is for you. Of course it is much more than that, it is packed with history, would serve you well as an alternative travel guide, but it’s mainly a personal account full of anecdotes around real life in Venice. Continue reading ‘The Politics Of Washing: Real Life In Venice’ By Polly Coles

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How *Not* To Be Bamboozled By Propaganda: A [Free] Infographic Based On The Essay By Donna Woolfolk Cross // Share The Love! Download Your Own

How *Not* To Be Bamboozled By Propaganda: A [Free] Infographic Based On The Essay By Donna Woolfolk Cross // Share The Love! Download Your Own

I have been wanting to create a downloadable infographic for such a long time so I decided to make one that is relevant and helpful to our current political climate. I hope you enjoy! Be sure to share! #SharingIsCaring Continue reading How *Not* To Be Bamboozled By Propaganda: A [Free] Infographic Based On The Essay By Donna Woolfolk Cross // Share The Love! Download Your Own

#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

Edit Yourself: Change “Not Who We Are” To “Not Who We Want To Be Anymore” — It’s ‘Who We Don’t Want To Be’ That Must Actively Change

Edit Yourself: Change “Not Who We Are” To “Not Who We Want To Be Anymore” — It’s ‘Who We Don’t Want To Be’ That Must Actively Change

Language has the power to create and define situations; it has the ability to establish truths and realities; it has the strength to change what is unwanted and to create what is desired. If you truly do not condone what has happened in Charlottesville, if this was the needed wake up call that you have been waiting for, then call it what it is. Recognize it, understand it, listen to the voices that have been and are undervalued, and define this moment as one that must change. “Not who we are … anymore.” Anymore. Continue reading Edit Yourself: Change “Not Who We Are” To “Not Who We Want To Be Anymore” — It’s ‘Who We Don’t Want To Be’ That Must Actively Change