3 Ways To Make Ethical Consumerism Make a Difference

Ethical consumerism is a tricky beast. On one hand, you want to buy ethically and not contribute to exploitative tax-avoiding planet-killing companies. On the other, you only have a limited budget and time, and the alternatives can be hard to find and expensive. https://youtu.be/OagTXWfaXEo Fear not, for your efforts are meaningless! To be exact, your … Continue reading 3 Ways To Make Ethical Consumerism Make a Difference

Facebook Bogs And Uncomfortable Conversations: The “End Goal” Paradox

The end goal of these disgusting conversations, filled with anxiety sweat and wasted adeneline and furious typing and screenshots and links and speedy-reedits, is normally something really worthy and important to everyone involved. Normally everyone just wants everyone to get along, normally about something like demographic differences. However, even in this very conversation, we'll then … Continue reading Facebook Bogs And Uncomfortable Conversations: The “End Goal” Paradox

Facebook Bogs And Uncomfortable Conversations

People are simple social creatures. We like to communicate with eachother, and we're not very good at understanding nuance; we often have to simplify stuff just to fit it all into our heads. However, this does mean that we're pretty inaccurate a lot of the time, as anyone who's spent any time in Social justice … Continue reading Facebook Bogs And Uncomfortable Conversations

Plans for Blogifying My Social Justice Media experience

The PLAN: The plan will be to post links initially on facebook, with links to a permanent and tagged version on WordPress, with additional write-up and description. I also plan to add an organised resources page, filed by type of structural force, to help people find new and relevant resources for various conversations and research. … Continue reading Plans for Blogifying My Social Justice Media experience