The Year I Lived in Wellington

I often tell people that I hate Wellington and they laugh, I mean who hates Wellington? It is a charming town, full of art and culture and good food. People normally think that I’m joking, but I’m not. For me, it was like a shoe that looks so pretty and seems to fit nicely in…

Maybe the Internet Raised Me

In have learned more about from the internet than I did at university. While I am grateful to my university education for providing me with a framework, a theoretical perspective that changed the way I thinkĀ  and has added depth and nuance to my analysis of the world, the real meat of my feminist education…

Intersectionality is NOT Fucking Divisive

I have been hearing over and over again lately, on the news, on social media, on blogs that we should stop calling out privilege because it harms ‘the movement’ whether that be the women’s, the left, or the LGBT movement. Yeah well fuck that noise. A movement of any kind that does not look at…