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Intersections: A Minor Conundrum

Intersectionality poses somewhat of a conundrum to me. On one hand, I am allied with the individuals whose experience of oppression is highlighted by intersectionality, though it remains to be the wider oppression, that which is perpetuated through the prevailing … Continue reading

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The Privilege of My Genderlessness

A couple of days ago I was taken down a corridor of thinking that brought me to consider my privilege, my silence, and the benignity of a personal ethic. It started from my reading of a blog article by an … Continue reading

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A Wanting Conclusion to Greed and Violent Fantasy

Today I was inspired to type a relatively long comment to an interesting blog post. It is the first time I had read Another Angry Woman’s blog, and I found it most enlightening. It was also the first time I had been made aware of … Continue reading

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Page 3, Sexualisation, Conservatism, and Objectification…

I do hope my first post is more stimulation; than provocation. This morning a friend of mine posted a link on my Facebook page regarding ‘feminist’ protestations to Page 3. The link was to an article by Ed West in … Continue reading

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