So, this whole Google manifesto thing – my thoughts, for what they’re worth, not expecting to change anyone’s mind but just to state my own point of view, as a woman, and as, well, me… So, let’s start with making … Continue reading
Warning: this is going to be a rambly “thinking aloud” post. I saw something on Google+ yesterday which I felt like responding to but then wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted to say and felt that my ramble would be far too long and rambly for a comment on someone else’s post, so I’m going to try and think it through here.
The post was by a woman who does photography, and she included one of her photos and talked about why she thinks it’s ok to do that kind of photography – and I found that photo extremely disturbing, and I need to think and put into words exactly why. Continue reading
There is a wonderful blog post doing the rounds, called Seeing a Woman: a conversation between a father and a son, in which a man seeks to encourage his son to take control of his wandering eyes, to discipline himself … Continue reading
because of stuff that came up in conversation online last night, when I shared an ironic poster on Google+ and someone, in response, gave me a link to a clip on YouTube where a comedian is dealing with his plight … Continue reading
It happens now and again, I share stuff about issues I personally struggle with, and I get a response that I feel is patronising. I’m sure they mean well. Seriously. It has happened not only with strangers but also with … Continue reading