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She appears to be fully supported by mommy and daddy even though she’s well into her thirties (Smyles was born in 1978).She travels to her family’s country of origin, which is Greece (gee, when I’m down on my luck I can barely afford a tasty gyro from Apollo Café on Brady Street) and men can’t help but be drawn to her. I think for the most part, Smyles is self-absorbed but not exactly self-aware, a trait that wears pretty thin after someone gets past the age of 25.
I had my first feminist-related click moment when I was five years old and been crafting ever since my mother gave me my first box of Crayolas and I designed clothing for my paper dolls.To this list I’d like to add Backlash by Susan Faludi, Bust DIY Guide to Life: Making Your Way Through Every Day, Jessica Valenti’s Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman’s Guide to Why Feminism Matters and Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People by Amy Sedaris.Crafting With Feminism also provides tips on crafting for change, teaching others and how to make crafting a money-making venture.But as Dating Tips for the Unemployed went on (and on, and on, and on), I found Smyles writing style and her story tiresome.Dating Tips for the most part reads more like a memoir than a novel.This book is slim, but is big on projects, ideas, and practical advice. Crafting With Feminism is a welcome addition to feminist-minded crafters and feminists alike.
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The opening chapter “I Will Follow” is about two sisters who were abducted as children and experienced deplorable acts.
The sisters’ past makes them eerily, yet touching connected well into adulthood as they follow each other all over the country.
And no matter your crafting style, you will find at least one project you will want to do. Most likely you will be drawn to Feminist Badges of Honor, Em-broad-ery Hoop Art or Next-Gen Feminist Onesies. After hours, end the day with Drinking Dames Flask and eat some nibbles off of Food For Thought Plates. Crafting With a Feminism is a primer in making Heroes of Feminism Finger Puppets, Monster Week Tampon/Pad Cases, All Hail the Queen Crowns and Power Panties. Most likely you have most of this accessories, but they include such things as beads, glitter, fabric, hot glue gun, Mod Podge, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, a sewing kit and X-acto knife.
You can decorate your lady lair with with Peace and Equali-tea Aromatherapy Candles, a Grrrl Coat of Arms or Strong Female Prayer Candles featuring the likes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Detective Olivia Benson or Lieutenant Uhura from Star Trek. Like me, Burton is a big fan of Crafternoons and she has some great ideas on how to make your Crafternoons the place to be. N by Janelle Monae (featuring Erykah Badu), Cherry Bomb by the Runaways, Respect by Aretha, and Typical Girls by the Slits. Invincible by Pat Benatar, Sisters Are Doing It By Themselves by Annie Lennox and Aretha and Ladies First by Queen Latifah and Monie Love. Burton provides some key lady-friendly dates including Galentines Day, February 13, International Yarnbombing Day.
“There are places for people with secrets and she has secrets, so many of them that sometimes they threaten to choke her. Day after day she takes care of child also made of glass.