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THE PROTOCOL

THOUGHTS OF SUMMER 16

AFTER A BUSY OFF-TRACK SUMMER I’M FINALLY BACK INTO MY WORK. ALTHOUGH I HAVE NOT LEFT THE UK THIS YEAR I HAVE TRAVELLED TO A UK FEW CITIES WHICH HAS GAVE ME GREATER INSPIRATION ON UK CULTURE. 129 more words

WARRIOR WOMEN

Formidable Friday Folk Fest

I left Edmonton and headed west, stopping only for fuel and hot springs (obviously a key component of any mountain weekend) before heading into town for formidable Jasper’s Friday of… 62 more words

Photo Essay

Warrior Women, or: My Misandry Has Killed Thousands

Christa and I have talked about diving into TV for the Blog Collab but haven’t found a show that we could review after watching only 1 or 2 episodes.  658 more words

Collaborative Blogging

Work in Progress - The Corsair: A Tale of Female Anarchy

Kirsty J. Harris is a postgraduate researcher at Anglia Ruskin University, interested in the intersections of poetry and maritime history, women’s narratives of the sea, the history of piracy, and queer feminist readings of early nineteenth-century texts. 1,004 more words

Anglia Ruskin University

How to love a Wanderer

If you happen to stumble upon a wanderer,
unlock the door
and welcome them in; but do so knowing
that they’re only there to rest their feet. 89 more words

Momma to the Max

I said a prayer for my momma.
I said that prayer way out loud
with tears in my eyes
Chanting about the old-fashioned farmgirl that married the St. 636 more words

Those Hard Moments

Connecting The Dots: #ImAWalkingProtest

When I awoke on the morning of July 6th and from my smartphone watched the cold-blooded murder of Alton Sterling I was moved to tears. I remember lying in the bed with my face buried in a pillow, weeping. 1,523 more words

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