Posted by Rosie Seymour
There’s a bit about being married to an increasingly popular author that’s a tiny bit uncomfortable. It seems churlish to admit it but as I’m amongst friends I’m going to say it out loud; I’m feeling a little bit jealous.
There. I've said it.
Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t th...
Posted by Melissa Vach
Just imagine: we’re far into the future with no memory of what year it is anymore; Earth’s gotten itself wrapped inside a super-computer cocoon that’s choking away all life; and almost all of what remains of humanity is concentrated within a central location deep underground. The ruling elite ...
Posted by Sarada Gray
creativity, culture, feminism, inspiration, literature, politics, women
So far on the Mslexia blog I've been writing about the problems and opportunities of living with a partner who has gender dysphoria, and how it's started me off on a journey of thinking about what it means to be a woman. And I've started to take a very long view of this question.