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The Cult of Crazy Chicks: Part 1

For those of you who are long time readers, you are probably familiar with my writings on various forms of damaged women. I’ve previously covered… 1,924 more words

Red Pill

Reflections on a Year of Dangerous Women: Speaking Out, Listening, Resisting and Persisting!

On March 8 2016, Peta Freestone, Jo Shaw, and colleagues at Edinburgh University’s Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH), launched an ambitious collective endeavour using social media to ask the question: ‘What is a dangerous woman?’ The… 1,296 more words

A silly, silly Politician (woman)

What a silly, silly woman is Pauline Hanson. On her reckoning she would be a fan of Adolph Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, and Hirohito who would claim that they “put their country first” and gave us the Holocaust, gas chambers, Stalags and death in unimaginable numbers. 25 more words

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Interview with Jess Orr for the Dangerous Women Project

This winter I was honoured to be asked to contribute to the Dangerous Women Project, a fantastic initiative currently running out of the University of Edinburgh. 165 more words

Performance Poetry

Dangerous Women project: 'Tonight and for the rest of my life'

I’m really chuffed to have a piece included on the Dangerous Women project today, both as it gives me a chance to express some of the thoughts that have been in the front of my mind for the past four months and because it’s such an awesome collection of essays, poems, testimonies and stories to be included alongside. 201 more words

Viccy Has Written

The Women of Bletchley Park

I have always found the wartime work at Bletchley Park fascinating. I don’t know why, I have no idea what triggered this fascination but it is something that, especially considering it’s time, was quite remarkable. 2,034 more words

Review: Dangerous Women (Part 1) edited by George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois

Commissioned by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois, these tales of dangerous women by the most stellar names in fiction are available for the first time in three-volume paperback.

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