I hate to admit it, but I've not actually read Hamlet. I know, how can I call myself a Shakespeare fan? It's on my to read list.
You can put up your defences- raise your brolly or pop vitamin tablets- but it's only going to delay the inevitable.
Pulsars are rotating neutron stars that emit a beam of electromagnetic radiation that is visible only if you stay in its path. These dead stars got their name because their emission appear to be pu… Source: Pulsars, the dead stars of the Universe
Job hunting isn’t easy. By comparing actual predatory animals, and their techniques, we can learn from the most successful hunters.
The first few in the Bitesized series is “Subject Verb Object, An Anthology of New Writing”. A collection of writers, 18 in all, of “first-timers and award-winners” as the back so proudly say. It’s a fascinating concept; each writer submitted a prompt worded subject verb object, in the active voice, once collated they were randomly given out, and that was the starting point of each piece.
The simple fact that if you put nothing in, a whole lot of nothing will come back out. At the moment that relates to two things for me; job hunting, and this blog.
Why can't you walk down the street in a bad mood? Life isn't always happy. Why should breast feeding women have to cover up? It is literally the most natural thing in the world. Why should any woman have to go out their way to be pretty?
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This essay contains extensive discussion of reproductive violence and some mention of sexual violence. North Carolina has more living victims of forced or coerced sterilization than any other state in the U.S. There are around 7,600 known cases that were performed through a government-run eugenics program that culminated in 1974. A…
Speaking in Bones is seeped in responsibilites. Those that are acknowledged and upheld. Those that have gone awry but with good intentions. Those that are simply ignored.
It’s curious how that message, of loving who you are, is still something people struggle with today. Whether it is your race, size, orientation, or religion we still compare ourselves, and others, to these dizzy goddess like social standards.