For women online. Or offline, it’s harder to see it offline when there’s no digital record. Anita Sarkeesian posted this: I usually don’t share the really scary stuff. But it’s important for folks to know how bad it gets [TRIGGER WARNING] pic.twitter.com/u6b3i0fysI — Feminist Frequency (@femfreq) August 27, 2014
Once again, society has failed the vulnerable. Via @mazzyk: Child B’s situation deteriorated rapidly – within a few months she and her family were living in fear of their lives. They were bombarded with threats, the windows of their house were put in. At the command of the groomer, child B was beaten up by […]
This is an eye-catching series from David Jazay: The Wild Light.
This is an interesting little piece on the late Albert Reynolds and the 1994 IRA ceasefire. One last minute problem arose when the US refused Joe Cahill a visa. No visa, no Cahill in the States “conveying the news to the IRA’s long-time American supporters “in person””, and no ceasefire: Reynolds told me he spent […]
The Irish Responsible Society, of which five key PLAC leaders were members, was the Irish branch of the group led by the English right-wing Catholic activist Valerie Riches (now a papal dame). For Riches, the degeneration of society through sexual permissiveness was a conspiracy driven by International Planned Parenthood. She and her Irish followers were especially […]
I am liking Die So Fluid at the moment. Also, Grog.
There’s an autumnal chill in the air this past week, I feel like: … but the calendar is all like: