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Does anything feminine ever exist as such? A history of invisibility cannot guarantee material results. We know they existed historically, these creative women who worked with along with male artists and designers, but they rarely had their names attached to … Continue reading
http://blog.arduino.cc/2014/12/04/casa-jasmina-a-new-domestic-italian-landscape/ Virginia Woolf used to recommend that every woman who writes should have “a room of her own.” I write a lot, and I’ve lived in palaces and in squats. But, to tell the truth, I’ve never lived in any … Continue reading