Let The Environment And Women Grow!

Poetry and fiction have compared womanhood to nature for centuries; from Rappaccini’s Daughter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, to Elizabeth’s Barret Browning’s Aurora Leigh. With no lack of environmental metaphors in feminist art, it’s easy to see why these comparisons are made. On top of the fact that women are often considered central to the cycle of... Continue Reading →

Reclaiming The Whole Night

After the Reclaim The Night march and rally in Dundee on December 3, I will be continuing on the action with an overnight camp out. The intention is to question the perception that the night is not ‘safe’ for women - whether we’re walking home alone or working late into the evening. While safety measures... Continue Reading →

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