Let The Flowers Bloom Part 2: Christina Milarvie Quarrell and John Davis Part 1 of this post discussed the disabling, violent and controlling effect of patriarchy in male-female relationships. It posed questions […]
Christina Milarvie Quarrell is a Poet Photographer Artist born and raised in the Govanhill Gorbals communities. Her work celebrates the values of people before profit. Art is her passion and she utilises […]
As we awaited the bells that ushered in 2015 we could see someone in the misty distance who bore an uncanny resemblance to Alistair Darling. He was dressed as if he was […]
Toughness, Forgiveness and Moving On: Its not what you moan about that counts, it’s what changes that counts.
Apologies for the late night nature of this post – it has been rushed out ahead of time because its contents suddenly became very pertinent to todays events. There will no […]
Sometimes It’s Hard To be A ‘Natural Woman’?: But, #LoveWins If We Recognise There Are Different Ways To Be (Post 2)
This post and the previous one were created in reaction to recent events where I have noticed a creeping and insidious sexism resurfacing in the male-centric Westminster political media. In contrast to […]