This is what it causes to affirm non-standard feminine identities in public: you are reminded by men how prohibited and abnormal you are. You must have guts to explore your differences. You are a warrior if you don’t hide them and live yourself accordingly, just like anyone else should. #metoo Continúa leyendo How I have come to experience discrimination: excerpts from abnormal feminine stories.
I made a Top 15 of my favourite books and explained why. They are listed as they came to my mind. (Version française en cours de traduction) Dancing on our Turtle’s Back (Leanne Simpson, 2011) With this book (available here) Leanne Simpson shows a path towards an Indigenous resurgence. She does it by exploring the philosophical thoughts and sociopolitical theories of her people, for instance, through the study of … Continúa leyendo 15 decolonizing books
Sharing my dumbster-diving experiences and how to’s. Continúa leyendo How to dumpster-dive, the basics
I highlight the transformations that Parc-Extension has faced for the last decades and look at the cultural mélange making a québécois identity as a consequence of all these impoverishment / gentrification phenomenon. Continúa leyendo Parc-Extension, a multi-ethnic neighborhood facing gentrification