Have you ever stood at the edge of the train tracks and thought about jumping for no reason? or pushing someone else onto the tracks? The instinct to run towards death was explored by Freud in Beyond the Pleasure principle, where he proposed that “the goal of all life is death.” the Death Instinct, or … Continue reading Thanatos & Eros Online.
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Tongue bowed like shoe laces and bows that tongue like laces. Temples of my head gouged out into two holes. Holes where nothing is held and everything flows. I stare ahead, eyes fixed, tongue gripped. But the world flows through the chasms and noise is everywhere. White noise but also red. Red and green noise … Continue reading Temples
Left side. Legs thumping from in to out alongside the light bulbs which startle not illuminate. People say its all in a look. But its not. Its in a look away. Blushing rushing beating not eating. Heat rushes to fill the darkened shadowed void that envelops like a shroud. Taut physical tendons feel tense; but … Continue reading Left Side.
What is the goal of our society with regards to race and culture? I like to believe we are ultimately striving to achieve a society where everyone, no matter where your born, how much you're born with, or what gender, sexual orientation or race you're born with, has the same opportunities at life. The path … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation: another perspective.
What is cultural Appropriation ? Cultural appropriation is when elements of a minority culture are exploited, most commonly for white benefit. It involves taking traditional practises and artefacts without permission. History Cultural appropriation has its roots in colonialism and orientalism, where powers extracted booty from the East and Africa. For example, flee markets and world … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation : but why the controversy?