Monthly Archives: May 2014
Stormé DeLarverie is often referred to as the “Rosa Parks” of the gay community. She was born in New Orleans in 1920 to a white father and black mother. Because of this she endured much racism, in addition to other … Continue reading
All credits to Scott Benson. Lol.
The international men’s football tournament, the 2014 Fifa World Cup, is about to take place in Brazil (12th June-13 July). This will include a total of 64 matches played in 12 cities across the country. Many women may enjoy the … Continue reading
In connection to the previous post Ana Mendieta: Women and the Politics of Life, Death and Male Violence on this blog – a recent protest was held in New York as a reminder of artist Ana Mendieta’s death. Many believe Ana … Continue reading