Ben Elton has a new book, Identity Crisis. or does it… was Elton just yelling at the cloud, or was he satirically holding up the mirror to a narcissistic society? is it funny, because it is true? or does it cut a little too close to the bone? and who is knocking … More man yells at cloud. ..or did he?
“…all of this is happening in a larger cultural context of society beginning to believe biological sex is irrelevant…” There was once a girl with short hair, dressed in blue Who was told her biology is not true Cut off the bits you don’t like Don’t be a dyke, And join the progressive tech-living crew. … More The Profitcy
As link lead to link, I meandered into woke feminism. And it is willfully ignorant and has ironic schism. Young and aware, Without a care, Embracing all they deem worthy* in inclusive determination. Declaring quirks and deploring “cis” It doesn’t get more woke than this, Rewriting all the rules For the unwary fools Biology ignored … More So Woke they slept through this
A WORD ON IDENTITY AND LABELS …poetry follows This recent news article is an interview with comedian and writer, Ben Elton, about his new book Identity Crisis (which I have not read). Of particular interest to me was this quote: “And yet actually the communities people seem to really care about is not the national community … More Identity Crisis
We have a huge problem in our society. And it is not that women need time and support to ‘recover’ from birth. The problem is we have developed a culture of segregation: where babies and mothers are not immersed in the ‘every day’ where children are sent off to school and adults to work where … More Recovering from birth: Eve Syndrome
Is our education system failing, that so many about pronouns are wailing? Focused on just one speech part is word crafting a lost art? There are so many ways to express And describe ourselves with more finesse Embrace the entire language tools at your disposal This is my humble, earnest proposal.
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I was inspired by this article on naming your child. The author of the inspiring article suggested these eight considerations when naming your child (see the article for the detail). 1. Imagine them as Prime Minister. 2. Visualise their job application. 3. Yell it loud and bogan. 4. Pretend they…