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Wearing a Woman

It’s somehow embarrassing to think about gender so late in my life, but it’s not surprising. Gender never fazed me really, it just seemed like a made-up game, which it still do, but I never really questioned my own gender… Continue Reading →

Fan-Fiction: A Woman’s Revenge

So, dear men and women giving us beautiful, fun masterpieces full of men, with one, maybe two women as a decoration in the middle, passing tests in making those two women exchange a line about their clothes, you can vouch… Continue Reading →

Ageism in Xena’s skirt

Or some young girl will run around in Xena’s skirt. This is the time when women in their late twenties show up on cougar lists. Ageism isn’t a thing reserved only for Hollywood benches. It’s a universal thing. It’s rooted… Continue Reading →

A Change in my Perspective

Reading your favourite childhood stories as an adult has its side effects. Being able to vividly recollect different stories I read through the years (maybe even better than my everyday events) I didn’t often read books more than once. Only… Continue Reading →

Inclusive or Exclusive?

Or why do I let gay characters in my stories. Growing up in an all-white, all-Christian, mostly Catholic, society which is still well embedded in patriarchy mould. Where wars are waged by religious differences, like: they don’t honour Pope, we… Continue Reading →

Toxic Masculinity

About troubles of being a man Toxic masculinity is a concept I’ve came across in a very insightful article that explains why Teen Wolf is awesome. They don’t suffer from that kind of poisoning there. The spoken article (or a… Continue Reading →

Being Treated Like a Woman, Part Two

Growing up in nineties, as a skinny, tall girl with a pretty face, wasn’t as glamorous as you might expect these days. It seems like I’m in a generation that is on some sort of breaking point. I was in… Continue Reading →


About too many non-white non-male characters in fiction. Researching marketing to prepare myself for scoping out a path for new turn in my writing (switching to English wasn’t in my plans it sort of just happened) I’ve come across to… Continue Reading →

Fan-fic as a Woman’s View

Musings about difference between “male” perspective and “feminine” one, to put it to terms that are common, not to suggest real division between men and women, that line is to blurred to be argued. Recently I came across an article… Continue Reading →

Being Treated Like a Woman Part One

Of being hit on, against to seduce. And some of anti-gay referendum of ours (that is in small country of mine). I’ve been lately engaged in discussions about gay-rights, gay-people, gay-agenda and horrific world that agenda will bestow upon us… Continue Reading →

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