I deeply miss being alone in a room full of people. Walking through a crowded train station in a city where I know no one, an indistinguishable face amongst many at the cinema, a supporter whose noise has been subsumed by the crowd.
Recently, I was sitting with some friends outside at the pub talking about the impending possibility of happiness. A lot of our joy comes from situations where we lose ourselves or become someone else for a while. Dancing, celebrating, being in nature—all of these involve surrendering part of ourselves to something bigger. But recently, we’ve had to be ourselves for so long. Literally staring at our faces, having our every move reflected back at us.
Continue reading She’s Back
Without mushrooms, or detritivores and decomposers as a whole, dead organic matter would pile up— colloquially, we’d be fucked. Continue reading An Ode to Mushrooms
By Hannah Tyler I sit on the table in the backyard on a London summer evening staring up at the slowly darkening sky. I can hear voices floating gently over the fence from the neighbours, see the glow of warm light escaping from my window. I quietly lie on my back on our rickety picnic … Continue reading The Hidden World of Animal Sounds
I could go on all day. This bandying back and forth of what and why and who’s to blame is a really neat game to play where the answer is pretty much always: Boomers, with the voting majority, straight through the gut of the American working class. Continue reading How Do We Forgive Our Parents?
6. The Handmaiden How I watched it: At Secret Cinema, when it was actually secret! Although I guessed it from the poster artwork. [BIG FAT SPOILERS] The Handmaiden is a film about colonialism, the male gaze and abuse but it is also a super fun erotic thriller. An adaptation of Sarah Water’s Fingersmith with the … Continue reading The Best Films of the Decade 2010-2019 pt 2
If we’re going to have serious talks about body positivity, we also need to include a very critical look into the ways money and power have toyed with our ideas of “health” and “beauty”. It’s not just the patriarchy, it’s the patriarchy wrapped up in the tortilla of capitalist evil, topped with the salsa of classism, and a side of racist sour cream. Continue reading I Love My Body, but Still Have Disordered Eating
I’m peeved at the whole of dude-dom that have apparently established an unwavering rhetoric and rule book for ****ing with my fragile feathered heart. Continue reading Thoughts on Love
There are 173 species of Banksia. All but one of these grows in Australia. Continue reading Banksia
Hi there. We’re so happy you’re here! You might be wondering who we are, what we’re doing, and how we came to start this little project. Who are The Three? We are Jo, Karly, and Hannah, three ladies of different ages, backgrounds, and interests, but with one big thing in common: we like things, and … Continue reading Welcome to The Three