Observations from my trip: – life is better when you assume positive intent The most interesting aspect of Vegas for me was the openness of the sex trade and that the abolitionists representing I believe Shared Hope International were holding up signs talking about the shame of Vegas, selling her daughters to sin, but having […]
So it’s been busy times for me. Lots of physio, and adjusting to a new environment. Trying not to pay too much attention to Trump and the Russians; it’s not like any of this is news to me, right? The Chinese recently put quantum encrypted satellites in orbit; I can’t help but wonder if the […]
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 […]
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Today I am taking it easy and doing some dead tree journalling, very little tidying, and messing around with graphic arts. There’s not realistically much I can do today to change my circumstances, so I figure its best not to dwell on them. The last few days and weeks in particular have been really quite […]
The Dominatrix is currently recovering from an incident involving a pair of miscreants attempting to sell drugs in her yard. In short, it required actually going from intimidating to chasing the bastards out, and I can’t actually keep up with my wolf cross when he goes to ground. So, I am now effectively on bed […]
What the hell country did I wake up to? My standing PM is harping on about the fact that less than a handful of women wore their niqab at their citizenship ceremonies. Jason Kenney is talking about establishing a “barbaric cultural practise” hotline for people to rat on their neighbours. When I say less than […]