Reading Time: < 1 minute A little history lesson of the evolution of the sanitary pad. Pads are the most used menstrual management instruments. They are easy to use and accessible in most places. The current ones we use are made up of synthetic but they were not always like that. References to menstrual pads tell the story of women …
The Divinity of Mother Nature
Reading Time: < 1 minute Hellooooo! And welcome to this month’s topic that we are so excited to delve into. Why this topic, you ask. Well, for starters, it’s a taboo topic! And there’s nothing we love more than taboos. Second, the silence around this topic is too loud! Loud as the pain that more than half of the population …
Reading Time: 10 minutes In the room a child is sitting. It could be a boy or a girl. It looks about six, but actually is nearly ten. It is feeble-minded. Perhaps it was born defective, or perhaps it has become imbecile through fear, malnutrition, and neglect.
It picks its nose and occasionally fumbles vaguely with its toes or genitals, as it sits hunched in the corner farthest from the bucket
and the two mops. It is afraid of the mops. It finds them horrible. It shuts its eyes, but it knows the mops are still standing there; and the door is locked; and nobody will come. The door is always locked; and nobody ever comes, except that sometimes—the child has no
understanding of time or interval—sometimes the door rattles terribly and opens, and a person, or several people, are there.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Alas, your words were a far stronger weapon and it could have only forged me to become better. Your sacrifices were truly worth it. Is it the sleepless night spent working or the days you went hungry for me? I can’t truly appreciate your love. Next year, I hope to bring someone special whom I can shower as much love as you showered me as you showered me and we will hum together our wordless tunes in memory of you. I love you so much grandma.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Leonardo envisaged the great picture chart of the human body he had produced through his anatomical drawings and Vitruvian Man as a cosmografia del minor mondo (cosmography of the microcosm). He believed the workings of the human body to be an analogy for the workings of the universe.”