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Drops: On Motherhood

This society would do itself a favour if it looked more into how we treat mothers.

Type the word motherhood on Google images and you will scroll through pictures of smiling mothers holding the hands of their kids (often multiple). Occasionally you will see a picture about “the dark side of motherhood” where the black and white image of a woman kneeling with her face in her…

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Waves are reflections on feminisms, social justice and emotions with a narrative perspective. It questions the paradigms currently in place through an approach centred on the emotional and spiritual as well as in the political and logical. It is curated by Virginia Vigliar.

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Virginia Vigliar

Virginia Vigliar

Culture writer/editor investigating narratives on social justice with feminist eyes — find my daily shenanigans on @vivivigliar

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