I have been looking further into fashion blogging and abolitionism; it appears that I wasn’t bragging when I said that you could literally find just about anything through fair trade if you knew where to look, although for the most part this is limited to clothes, jewelry and accessories, makeup, and household items, that occupies […]
Wealth redistribution doesn’t have to necessarily mean that higher earner receive higher taxation; it could mean that higher income means higher taxation vs. voluntary investment in local projects with global outcomes, for example.
Holocaust deniers will of course claim that this is nonsense, but during the Holocaust of the Third Reich there was a caste called 49ers. A 49er was a person selected to help process the dead for the showers for the most efficient turnover, and they were known as 49ers because that was roughly how long […]
Social entrepreneurship and networking is one of the most important aspects of fair trade and is often overlooked as simply being part of social media. Networkers are not quite like other social media users however; networkers manipulate the system as is from the shadows in order to effect social policy change through forcing consensus. Last […]
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 […]
I play several fashion design simulator games. If you don’t know how that works, it is like being a dressmaker. You can often compete in fashion shows, and like any other game, you use tokens. I have the idea of taking this another step further. Basically, a shopping and design simulator using fair trade products […]