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Monologues. Work on your monologues.

In response to not getting cast in a local production of The Crucible, my acting coach JR suggested I turn my attention toward my monologues. 196 more words


Bubbling Brews and Broomsticks: How Alewives Became the Stereotypical Witch

Women have been brewing beer since the days of ancient Egypt, and it was only after the Black Plague that it fell into the hands of men. 262 more words


STT - Rent Assistance.

I’ve been really unwell this week with the flu and had grand plans to write about the time I was attacked in Bondi Junction but feel it’s probably a better idea for both my general and mental health if I tell one of my favourite Centrelink stories instead. 1,116 more words


Wonder Woman Unbound: The Curious History of the World's Most Famous Heroine by Tim Hanley


I read The Secret History of Wonder Woman by Jill Lepore some years ago, so I was familiar with the creator of Wonder Woman, William Moulton Marston, and his proclivities and motivations, but this book goes beyond the creation of Wonder Woman and brings us a full history of her legacy. 476 more words


When Sleeping Beauty Said No

Oh the looks on their faces!
When I sat up
brushed off the cobwebs
of my passivity
raised my voice
broke my silence
stepped out… 124 more words

Goddess Spirituality

Why Women Rule the World

You know her.  You’ve seen her. And chances, you are her. She is <woman> a female so confident you can’t help but stare.

She stands poised and confident.   126 more words

Black Bloggers

Roots: A Natural Hair Discovery

I wonder how black women kept their hair neat before the hot comb?

My hair is a springy, coily 3c/4c blend with mixes of 4a and 4b; though honestly, i’ve never actually done the test. 829 more words

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