There has been a bit of a conversation going on over at The Asexual Agenda about the intersection of asexuality and religion. This morning Siggy weighed in with a post on his own stance on atheism, and how that impacts on being asexual. I don’t have any particular experiences with atheism impacting on my asexuality … More Atheism, Truth and Morality
I’ve been wanting to write this post for a long time. So when I stumbled across this post at A Bookish Beemer, and this post on being a bad feminist, I thought I’d get in there and try to get my thoughts out. Lately I’ve been realising how hard it is to be a good … More Feminism as a Way of Life
Recently there’s been a lot of media hype about the two major supermarket chains in Australia (Coles and Woolies, which dominate about 80% of the grocery market, for anyone who’s unfamiliar with them) increasing their reliance on home/private-branded lines at the expense of traditional, branded grocery lines such as Heinz. They’re even going so far … More The ethics of food shopping
Note: this was written (and posted at half past twelve at night) as a piece for a new feminist-minded zine in Brisbane, eFEMeral. Bear with me while I find the right references for the quotes. Feedback is much appreciated, as this isn’t due for two days and still may need some work. I’m going to … More No, I won’t just shut up and enjoy it!