Personally, I did not find binaries helpful, the binaries of ‘black’ and ‘white’, and ‘male’ and ‘female’ seem to me to be tools of segregation.
Category Archives: social history, blog
David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, The Film based on the book; released in 2020.
As a child, I loved David Copperfield. I had forgotten what a good story it was, until January of 2020 when I went to the cinema and watched the film. The film is based on the story and is very contemporary, with regard to the problems with finding decent rented accommodation, particularly in Britain. DickensContinue reading “David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, The Film based on the book; released in 2020.”
Why are we killing ourselves? Money?
I am writing this in May 2020. On Friday, the air was so clear that you could see for miles. It was a day with high winds. I was out on a 17 k walk across farms and open country, and I watched in awe as an oak tree of around 70 years old, dancedContinue reading “Why are we killing ourselves? Money?”
My diabetes Avoidance Blog
I’m sorry I’ve been away for so long, dear readers. I’ve been good, and am happy to report that the only chocolate I’ve eaten was some drizzled on my plate in a hotel I stayed in, in Krakow recently. I’ve been doing some reading for a wonderful newish arts journal, O:JA&L. The experience has beenContinue reading “My diabetes Avoidance Blog”
Type 2 diabetes avoidance blog – “Pure, White, and Deadly” – and annoying word algorithms on tablets that auto-correct! your correct spellings!
‘Pure, White, and Deadly’ is the title of a book I read about 20 years ago. The book made a big impression on me. I stopped buying biscuits because of it. I love biscuits; we grew up with them always in the house. Yes and biscuits were like a small meal to us. You rarelyContinue reading “Type 2 diabetes avoidance blog – “Pure, White, and Deadly” – and annoying word algorithms on tablets that auto-correct! your correct spellings!”
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