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A short response to Nivedita Menon's blog on Raya Sarkar's List

This is my shortest blog post ever. It is also very late. The reason why I am posting it is because my comment on the Kafila blog (of which renown Savarna feminist Professor Nivedita Menon is a member and co-Founder) is waiting for moderation – and I have doubts on whether it will be posted – owing to the obvious Savarna bias of Kafila. 510 more words


Open call: sound art

Celebrating Women in Sound, 8 March 2018, Goldsmiths University, London

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, Women in Sound Women on Sound (WISWOS) and the Unit for Sound Practice Research (SPR) at Goldsmiths, University of London are launching… 224 more words


Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle - it's not all fun and games

The cinema can be a scary place on a Saturday night. Once you’ve navigated the stale popcorn-saturated air, avoided parting with two crisp fivers in exchange for a bucket full of liquid sugar, and managed not to lash out at the general rustling, giggling public, you’ve probably got 30 minutes of mindless advertising to get through before Hollywood’s latest blockbuster hits the back of your retina. 1,078 more words

Thoughts On Life

On Addressing Genders in Anti-Assault Campaigns

This is clearly a massive topic and I want to preface by saying that I am by no means an expert on this, nor am I trying to state that anything said in this post is right or wrong. 509 more words

Thoughts And Questions

Waiting to become older

I am waiting to get old. You’d think as a person crosses their 20s and 30s, they would want to stop growing older. Well, I think I am at that stage where I want to get older. 199 more words