Monthly Archive: May, 2014

Reclaiming the C-Word

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There is only one word that, if I uttered in front of my Grandma, I’d probably get punched in the face for (by the woman herself). While it’d be hilarious and a fantastic… Continue reading

Race in film: The Transfiguration of Lavender Brown

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The Harry Potter series was was a fundamental part of my childhood. I spent years dragging my parents past midnight to buy the latest book or go to the latest film premiere. I… Continue reading

The Witness

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Zigzagging bodies,  Intersecting lines and Curved spines. Body Geometry The Mechanics of Love and Fucking.   The tremors of a heaving chest, you drank the six pack, even though you were ‘cutting down’.… Continue reading