This was a hard exercise my friends. And, because of that, I've included in my stack photos a lot more books than the one's I'm highlighting below. I've grouped them in different categories - The Classics, The Biographies, Fiction & Non-Fiction. Brace yourselves for a very long post. And there are a lot of books … Continue reading My favourite books on or by women
Disclaimer: this week’s posts will be dedicated to the experience of being a woman in celebration of the International Women’s Day. I have had surge of inspiration (as I always do with issues close to my heart) and have a few more posts planned for this week than usual. This particular article contains swear words. … Continue reading There’s nothing like a mad woman.
Disclaimer: this week's posts will be dedicated to the experience of being a woman in celebration of the International Women's Day. I have had surge of inspiration (as I always do with issues close to my heart) and have a few more posts planned for this week than usual. Hope you enjoy! The year was … Continue reading The solo trip I’m most proud of as a woman – Mexico
On International Women's Day... As a 27 year old woman, there is a lot I've learned and a lot I'm yet to learn. I've learned that I was lied to in school, when the feminist movement was part of the past printed on those thick History textbooks. I was misled into thinking women were already … Continue reading I protest (ed)
Frida Kahlo has always been an idol to me. A feminist icon without a doubt, the more I learnt about her the more I aspired to be half the woman she was. A brave fighter, she was able to channel her pain through art, showing the world without any shame who she was and where … Continue reading Visiting Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul