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Eldercare: The Forgotten Feminist Issue.

(This was written late last year; I pitched it a few places but received little interest. I’m posting it here because, well, it’s an important conversation.) 905 more words

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This is a great, and yes important piece.

Ian Brown was once my own personal Jesus.

The Easter Weekend, and holidays are nearly over. Back to school tomorrow. Some remembered Jesus’ resurrection, most got stuffed on roast dinners, and chocolate. I personally have revelled in a child free lie in, and indulged in some selfish catch up telly. 1,015 more words

We're Not Alone.

This little blog of mine.

Blog bloggy blog blog. I feel a need to explain a little bit as to why this blog exists.
A few weeks in, exploring the fabulous world of blogging, I am hooked, addicted, and passionate about. 982 more words

We're Not Alone.

What is Queer Art/Queer Culture?

So you don’t have to be gay to be queer and if an artwork is described as queer it doesn’t necessarily mean it has been made by a gay (or allegedly gay) person. 66 more words

Holocaust survivor recounts tale of captivity ahead of anniversary of Bergen-Belsen camp liberation

Mala Tribach remembers the night before her home was invaded.

“When I went to bed on 31 August 1939, I was living the normal happy life of an eight-year-old in a loving Jewish family,” she says. 844 more words


World's Oldest Message In A Bottle Found In Baltic Sea

100-Year-Old Message In A Bottle Plucked From Baltic Sea

” On a nature hike along Germany’s Baltic Coast in 1913, 20-year-old Richard Platz scrawled a note on a postcard, shoved it into a brown beer bottle, corked it and tossed it into the sea.

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