Episode three of Final Girl tackles one of the most divisive movies of 2017: mother! Part Biblican allegory and part psychological thriller, mother! is a rollercoaster of a film, and I recommend erring on the side of caution if you’re sensitive to gore, or idolatry, or both. Listen to the third episode of Final Girl here: As always, you can also find the episode (and … Continue reading Final Girl: mother!
This is the condensed version of a paper I wrote for a class on women, gender, and the environment. If you wish to read the full version, leave a comment or send me a message. The landscape of our daily lives is changing. Since the announcement of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the Philippines in late January, safety measures have been put in … Continue reading Going (and Staying) Zero-Waste in the Middle of a Pandemic
In the past decade, there’s a good chance that at least one of the many “eco-friendly” goods popping up online have made their way into your bag. Reusable totes, metal straws, and tumblers for your hot and cold drinks are just a few of the trendy products we use as we do our part to save the earth. If you bought yours from some stall … Continue reading The Permaculture Shift
Earlier this year, I made the switch from disposable panty liners to reusable ones. I came across the Q Eco Craft Organics booth at one of the weekend bazaars in UP Town Center one Sunday afternoon. It wasn’t the first time I’d encountered reusable liners. I had looked them up online before and planned on buying some but felt iffy about not being able to … Continue reading Ditch the Disposables with Reusable Cotton Q Liners
A feminist education takes place both inside the classroom and out in the world. This semester, my classmates and I are tackling women, gender, and technology. We spent the first Saturday of October at Rizal Wind Farm in Pililla, Rizal. Where we went We met up bright and early in Quezon City. Before heading to the wind farm, our two-car convoy made a quick stopover … Continue reading Women’s Empowerment through Wind Power