The democracy of the situation we found ourselves in is something which is being flung from both sides. Remainers are, of course, shocked and upset this morning. Myself included. Hearing a far right racist politician talk about the dawn of a new independence day has induced in me such intense feelings of dystopia and alienation that … Continue reading The democracy of Brexit
We have a situation where an awful lot of democrats who supported Bernie Sanders, now have to decide whether to redirect their support to Clinton in order to secure the contender who isn't Donald Trump. I am not disputing for a second that voting for Trump is racist. But given the everything, is it still … Continue reading Is voting for Clinton still too racist?
The friendships I value the most are ones in which vulnerability has played a big part. When the other person has parts of themselves offered up on the line. Raw unfiltered words from a friend to me is what keeps the existential loneliness bay. I understand it’s very difficult to wear your vulnerability with pride. Me … Continue reading The Attractiveness of Vulnerability