Photo From, Pinterest, Black History Album, The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s.
‘…The reason it comes to speaking about liberation and rights, as a female not only a BAME Officer, is because everything is not alright… I come from a cultural experience where the progressive knowledge and understanding of women, comes through liberation and struggle…’
Reporting, Base Camp, Tottenham, London
Thursday, 25th June, 2020
I cannot really not speak about liberation and rights when it comes to these ‘Woman’s Politics Weekly’ periodicals.
Mainly because of these unprecedented times, perhaps (?)
The reason it comes to speaking about liberation and rights, as a female not only a BAME Officer, is because everything is not alright.
I come from a cultural experience where the progressive knowledge and understanding of women, comes through liberation and struggle.
Whilst women can now validate themselves against the male yardstick, so to speak, in the recent media, women have been portrayed, as whores, when they have made it, into certain circles.
The biggest men in the world, through some form of Freudian interpretation, show how much of a big dick they are, through some form of phallic shaped weapon, Feminine energy creates, Masculine energy does not create, it destroys.
We women, talk a lot about nature.
Feminine energy is therefore very important in the ‘balance’ of this revolution.
Especially when, with the way things are going, in 100 hundred years, every single glacier in Iceland will be gone.
Rivers are draining away…
Femininity is a character.
Men can express certain feminine characteristics, and I don’t mean homosexuality, I mean being nurturing, caring, protecting.
Men need to show more feminine energy in these times, and the lockdown has given me the time, to appreciate little tasks, a woman finds, are never done and that are kind of a part of my culture I guess.
Little rituals I call them.
To embrace my femininity, but also to know that this is in solidarity, with not only many BAME women, but also, many men are proving that they too, can sit at home, cook and clean.
Many women do not realise, the importance of ‘culture’.
By ‘culture’ I mean, the ‘femininity’ of the revolution, the totality of self and self realisation and how we must move forwards together, and one of the ways to move forwards is through our ‘cultural expression’.
By ‘cultural expression’ I mean, a ‘code of conduct’ on an individual, collective and community level.
To foster a cultural revolution
A cultural revolution can collapse a system.
Photo From, Pinterest, Black History Album The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s.