Friday la isla mujeres. And, well, because I can't be there I'm asking you to show up and geek out for me instead. Tweet me photos tenseventen. Friday A demon lured me to his bed, where I fell into a poisoned sleep.
This is odd. I watched it — hated it then started writing my first post for about 6 months — which was going to be a spite fueled polemic- and then…I started liking it — the conceit — the cheek! The cosiness and the faux innocence married with the sanguine backing and dirty walls. Though I love Miranda, this is just like the Austrian artist Irwin Wurm's exhibit for 1 second sculptures. Only he does it with objects.
FILM: ABORTION DEMOCRACY
Dave Eggers of mono. But of course there is this unmistakable charm [ Restraint can be a tricky thing sometimes when it comes to design, especially when you have to capture someone like Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill, with more than 30 years of a turbulent career and over a hundred built projects in just about as many styles to his name. For our current issue mono.
In the 90's, Poland banned abortion due to the increasing influence of the Catholic Church after the fall of communism; around the same time South Africa legalized it, reforming the health system after the fall of apartheid. The film reveals how the legal status of women is a direct result of the silencing or empowering of women's voices. In the Polish society and media, women's perspectives were made invisible; in South Africa, on the other hand, they were invited to give public hearings in the parliament about problems in the realm of reproduction. The film aims to emphasize the need for safe abortions and liberal abortion laws.