A child at play. Unhindered. … More Star dust and fairy wings
It’s poetry, not science.
Just pondering on how things have changed, culturally, over time. or not. … More The Cave Man and the Capitalist
Strange creature scuffles Looking for ants to eat Spiny body shuffles on tiny feet Quiet solitary monotreme Long nose snuffles in the soil Wary of danger as all day you toil.
Respect is given. It is not earned. Not expected. Not forced. Respect is a gift. Offered freely, with love. We are all able to give this simple gift. This powerful gift. We can give it over and over without diminishing it. If we insist on respect being earned, how does one earn … More Respect is a gift.
It is so very simple to create a mass distraction: Encourage the sale of sex and fear and create inner factions. While all are busy with new shiny things, or arguing semantics You can count the profits rolling in from your antics. There is no profit to be made when individuals are enlightened, But much … More Sex, fear and profit
Gender stereotypes are superficial and inaccurate. We are better served by abolishing this destructive social construct and seeing individuals rather than imposing gender stereotypes. We need to start saying ‘SEX’ and acknowledging the different biological needs and impacts of males and females. … More Polite Ticks
The language we use matters, science communicators spend their time trying to determine the best ways to explain science to the general public. And the framing is not ‘how do we best communicate science so all may understand’, but rather ‘how do we convince the public to accept what we say without question’. In medicine … More The trouble with consent