On Becoming an Anarchist: the Character and Contour of a Freeman


Psychologic Anarchist

“Some things scratch the surface while others strike at your soul.” ― Gianna Perada

When one becomes an anarchist he does not fling explosive cocktails at common people. She does not don black attire, incite riots, or write anarchist cookbooks with recipes on burning buildings. It is true that one can be anarchist and commit trouble galore, but that is not the case on the whole. Modern anarchists are generally peaceful and pensive. They resemble most everyone and sport similar excitations, interests, hobbies, appetites, and other humanly behaviors. They simply vie for social and political change. They just want to be free.

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I've recently read several articles that had the same underlying theme: cultural appropriation. Since I feel I don't really understand the meaning of this expression, I took the time to look it up in the dictionary. Cultural appropriation: the act of taking or using things from a culture that is not your own, especially without showing that you understand or respect this culture (Cambridge University Dictionary) Cultural appropriation, at... Continue Reading →

Women and Caregiving. An Obligation or a Satisfaction


(Adapted and abridged from http://mujerdelmediterraneo.heroinas.net/2012/10/mujeres-cuidadoras-entre-la-obligacion.html ) (Translation: Maritsa Solares Rico) Women Caregivers: Obligation and satisfaction Caring is at the present time the most necessary action against patriarchal neoliberalism and inequitable globalization. And yet, today's societies, like many in the past, undervalue care and relegate it to a natural condition based on social organisation and assigned... Continue Reading →

Those Brave Enough


I like people who risk being themselves in this world that always tells you that you are not good enough being yourself. I love people who pursue their dreams, who fall, get up, shake the dust off and continue on their way, a little bit bruised but wiser. I admire people who are able to... Continue Reading →

The Real Spain. Truth and Circumstances


  A Dutch expat, Vincent R. Werner, has written a book about his impressions of Spain, having lived here for the last 17 years. Many Spaniards have taken it badly because it names the areas where Spaniards  have difficulties and it doesn't paint a brilliant portrait of us as a society. Apparently, most Spaniards have... Continue Reading →

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