Your earlier show “A Victorian Farm” could have been arguably marketed as “the dawn of the Industrial Age”, but it was well past noon by Edward’s time. Why does your marketing department have to embarrass all those poor historians like this?
Month: May 2011
Finding the gaps in Australian women’s health services
Australia’s largest network of organisations advocating for women’s equality is marking the International Day of Action for Women’s Health on 28 May 2011 with the launch of a survey to identify gaps in Australian women’s health services.
Modules of time
How do you deal with housework?
@mfarnsworth on Blanchett
Malcolm Farnsworth on the Murdoch Media’s confected outrage du jour: actress Cate Blanchett has political opinions, and dares to share them in public.
Femmostroppo Reader May 30, 2011
Items of interest come across recently in my feed-reader. What did I miss? Leave your own interesting links in comments. Shameless self-promotion especially welcomed!
A “pictmotion” slideshow of some shots I took on yesterday’s walk – one peacefully wading spoonbill was interrupted by the arrival of another, and then the fight was on!
Re-post: But why shouldn’t she take some responsibility too for the rape?
Image credit here. In honour of the Slut Walk happening in parts of Australia at the moment I am re-posting this piece, which orginally appeared here on blue milk. TRIGGER WARNING – graphic description of rape. ——————————————– I am going… Read More ›
Re-post: Don’t get raped
Image credit here. In honour of the Slut Walk happening in parts of Australia at the moment I am re-posting this piece, which orginally appeared here on blue milk. From Amelia Bentley’s article in the brisbane times (my use of… Read More ›
Otterday! And Open Thread.
This little otter fell asleep while juggling a pebble.
Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires.
Anti-racist awareness and denial within progressive spaces
Two very important posts on anti-oppression conversations that so often implode and intersectional goals that end up not being reached. I’m bookmarking these.