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Drops: what it means to thrive

⁣In a chat on race, identity and feminism last week, someone said “Thriving in the patriarchy you say, but shouldn’t we dismantle the patriarchy?”. Immediately, the image of a flower blooming through concrete entered my mind. ⁣

Well, I thought, in a way, to thrive within the patriarchy is to dismantle it; a flower growing through concrete must break it in order to thrive. ⁣

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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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