Fair Trade Principles in slow fashion and the economy

Fair trade principles state that through the intellectual and financial empowerment of individuals and through community building, advocacy and awareness campaigns, financial literacy and personal development programs, we can improve not just the quality of life but both industry and environmental standards. One of the primary difficulties I encounter while advocating for trafficking victims and […]

Operation Red Shawl – To REDDress the Missing and Murdered Women Issue in Canada

It crossed my mind today that there are a few universal symbols that transfers ideological dogmatic borders, one of which is the fact that International Humanitarian efforts during times of conflict must generally be organized from a grassroots level in order to make and continue sustained growth of the intersecting economic tangents involved in operations. […]

50 Shades of Pimping

  Within human trafficking, there are actually several different types of pimps or programmers, one of them being the Romeo Pimp. Romeo Pimps behave as though they are the boyfriend and protector of their victim, and rely on trauma bonding and emotional manipulation in order to pressure their “girlfriend” into the trade.  Sometimes this takes […]

Business Idea Two – Video Game

I saw the introduction to what looks like an amazing feminist video game; based in a “developing” nation (? under sharia law) a princess in imprisoned by her own council, escapes, and returns to restore herself to the throne just to abolish the monarchy.  Princess Demolishes Monarchy Theoretical Game  (Please note this game coder recently […]

Cam Girl Land #3

I started a video chat room on a free webcam/camblogging site which traditionally caters to the ever increasing demand for free sex.  Granted, as real estate goes, I probably could have found a better site for hosting purposes, but I’m not so sure about that.  http://www.onwebcam.com/PrivateCandy35#broadcast After all, if I am going to work in […]

Blackwatch Plaid

In Irish clans, black watch is the tartan of Irish folk of no particular known clan group, and it is regarded with suspicion. Shall we ban that? There’s a subtle language of scarf arrangement – shall we ban that – which allows for rapid visual communication by those in the know. Like the time Ricky […]