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
While the world has been rightfully focused on the kidnapped girls of Chibok, Nigeria, it is important to consider that the abduction and sale of women and girls for exploitation and economic gain is also evident in the West, including … Continue reading
Curious Omo, Finny & Stripes their mother (in black and white).