Do you think the world is becoming freer, morals looser, and we are all destined to hedonistic paradise? Think again. It is but a…Read More
Grafitti is originally an ancient form of artwork that has evolved into a modern way to spend tax dollars on building repair. For some,…Read More
A young woman, who was diagnosed at birth with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a disease which causes her bones to be brittle and subject to breaking…Read More
A Spanish man who now lives, and runs his own business, in Berlin explains his view on the Spanish crisis. He left Spain seven years…Read More
A second generation immigrant, living in the UK, finds herself in conflict between the socialized values of the street and those at home. She…Read More
Why would aliens visit Earth? Nuclear physicist and renowned Ufologist Stanton Friedman discusses what would make intelligent extraterrestrial life visit our planet. One of…Read More
China: You can do what you like, as long as you do as you are told.
The Communist Party of China: a name that is often followed by headlines about human rights abuse, economic might and questionable politics. But it’s not all doom and gloom apparently. Here a Chinese studies student who lived and studied in China for a year discuss the positive side of the Chinese communist party. Showing what the Communist party have achieved for China and the reasons for their actions.Read More
Emma Buggy is an artist set in London, United Kingdom, with a specific passion for sculpting the female genitalia, or, in layman terms, Cunt, Pussy, Beaver, Snatch, Vag, Poontang, or a hairy axe wound. However you want to call it, Emma has been sculpting it for the past 7 years, both individually and as a part of a vagina-sculpting collective, “The ClitorArty”. Her love-affair with the lady-gash took her from deep embarrassment to the heights of adoration, and she is set to let us know: Every vagina is a special cunt.
Her work as well as links to other vagina artists or documentaries can be viewed on : www.emmabuggy.com.
Reading is like living thousands of lives and those who do not read have only experienced one life.
A Tumblr blogger, booklover, is a promoter for this ancient form of static travel. Keeping true to tradition she saturates her day with an unending turning of pages, real parchment if she’s lucky, entering into amazing worlds full of beauty. She shares what it is about literature that draws her to it, the importance of reading, and how technology will never kill the importance of the book.Read More