So in the light of the last 3 posts, what can we do?
This is inevitably going to be very inadequate but one has to start somewhere. Some of the issues are to do with cultures a… http://markmeynell.net/blog/2016/11/abuse-women-2-important-books-pt-4/
I've actually been mulling how to follow up on the last two posts for a while. And then the US Presidential Election happened.
I'm not going to get into all of cultural and pol… http://markmeynell.net/blog/2016/11/abuse-women-2-important-books-pt-3/
The big picture is relentlessly gruesome, as we have just seen from Elaine Storkey's Scars across humanity. But the problem with big picture surveys is invariably the difficulty o… http://markmeynell.net/blog/2016/11/abuse-women-two-important-books-pt-2/
Sometimes, the only thing that will rouse us from torpor is having our nostrils immersed in the stench of excrement. That's the only thing that will force us to acknowledge its pr… http://markmeynell.net/blog/2016/11/abuse-women-two-important-books/
It's been a while since I blogged book reviews - but I've got the bug again, and have had a number of things sent my way recently for review. So here's the first.
Vaughan Rober… A short review of Vaughan Roberts' Transgender http://markmeynell.net/blog/2016/10/vaughan-roberts-transgender-useful-starting-point-thinking-about-difficult-and-painful-issues/
I'm wondering about writing a post or two about the sheer oddness off being an author. In particular about how one pours oneself into the construction of paragraphs, arguments and… http://markmeynell.net/blog/2015/11/scattered-winds-some-wilderness-quotes/