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.
Nowadays, women ...
Posted by Melissa Vach
Psychopaths are fun to write. Eccentric, witty, under-handedly likable. They’ve also been the hardest for me to get right, because psychopathy as a syndrome is still somewhat of an enigma to researchers (or so I’ve gathered), despite the progress that’s been made in pinpointing certain psychop...
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...