A month ago I became an essential worker. I don’t want to die, nor do, I think, any of my coworkers. Continue reading Back to Normal
As the reservoirs of a host of viruses, bats have acquired a rather bad reputation. Continue reading In Defence of Bats
I’ve become infatuated with nature in all its emerging forms. Continue reading Spring in Uncertain Times
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?
How do we imagine the physical space of a life online? Continue reading Time and Space and Covid-19
For anyone out there who is struggling to process the confusion and anxiety of life under a pandemic, here are a few tips for staying sane while staying safe. Continue reading Self-Care During Coronavirus
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
In honour of International Women’s Day, we at The Three decided to chat to the most important women in our lives about feminism: our moms. Continue reading Talking to Our Moms About Feminism
As the trial against Harvey Weinstein progressed towards this week’s verdict, I’ve been thinking a lot about what protest movements mean and what they’re capable of accomplishing. Continue reading What Does the Weinstein Verdict Mean for #MeToo?