Some days I wake up and I am inspired by Olivia Pope from the show Scandal. I remind myself that I will take-no-nonsense, and be a hard-working, confident, and focused individual. I remind myself that even though I may be a 5 foot 2 ½ tall gladiator, “I am good at what I do.” And […]
More often than not, if you’re critical of the fashion industry, I’m going to be far more interested in how you choose to dress than what you hate about fashion. Whether or not we acknowledge it, the way we choose to dress is, yes, a huge part of fashion.
The world of blogging can be a wonderful place. Case in point: you connect with an awesome feminist artist who runs a blog named Cervixosaurus. It can’t get much better than that, can it? Read my interview with the Australian artist Louise Upshall to find out!
Sometimes it gets really confusing trying to decide whether my choices in clothing are a reflection of my more empowered female positon, than say those of a generation ago, or whether I have been fooled into believing this through a very crafty corporate, media culture