Probably a good/bad time to note that one of the highest selling R-rated mags in...– Albertinho in response to my Unleashed article.
Stefan Sagmeister on the power of time off: Every seven years, designer Stefan Sagmeister closes his New York studio for a yearlong sabbatical to rejuvenate and refresh their creative outlook. He explains the often overlooked value of time off and shows the innovative projects inspired by his time in Bali. Love this, but not sure I could sustain a whole month of saying ‘no’ to...
No one wants to transport a bed half-way across...
Him: I think I've just bought a king sized bed (inc mattress, bedding) for £200, which is an absolute bargain.
Me: I guess this means we're moving then?
Inappropriate and unacceptable began their modern careers in the 1980s as part...– Words that think for us « Prospect Magazine (via literarypiano)
7 popular chick flicks that secretly hate women →
He’s Just Not That Into You seems like a glaring omission here, but other than that, a fun article.
Should feminists engage with the mainstream media?... →
But I also think it’s more helpful to think of it less as “writing about feminism” and more “speaking about the issues that matter to the people reading and applying critical frameworks to them”. And probably not calling them “critical frameworks” in your pitch, because that just alienates people. Jessica Valenti asked the same question on her blog this...
Edward Cullen may come in a different, darker package, but he still represents...– If You Were 13, Would You Love Edward Cullen, Too? Hello, Dieter Brummer/Leonardo DiCaprio/Taylor Hanson/random boys on the bus.
Rachel's really exciting, super fun blog survey →
Image: Eric__I_E So, I haven’t been posting much lately. There are a number of reasons for this - thesis stress, home stress, freelancing commitments, perfectionism, the sense that even though I’ve often prioritised blogging over the aforementioned, I really probably shouldn’t - but I’ll own up to what is: Bad Blogging Practice. If I’m honest, boredom and fatigue...