I’ve been out and about canvassing quite a lot recently for Celine Thomas (Tunbridge Wells), Tabitha Morton (Liverpool Metro Mayor) , Harini Iyengar (Vauxhall) and soon for Sophie Walker (Shipley). It’s all new to me this time because I’m not currently standing as a candidate. Walking, listening, persuading, learning.
It hasn’t left much time for blogging.
I’m also prepping for a project which looks forward to the day when all of this is over with: The Day the Patriarchy Died which will be a scratch one-night only affair as part of the Brockley Max Festival – as luck has it, the day after the General Election. (get involved here)
As I’ve been looking into this project, I came upon this short film – the genius vision of a feminist ally and friend of mine Dr Helen Eastman of Bare Faced Greek. It’s inspired by Lysistrata – the ancient Greek…
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