Tags archives: feminism

One Small Step for Barbie, One Giant Leap for Feminism

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Have you ever heard of a little brand called ‘Barbie’? Well, she’s turning 60 this year, and she’s not showing signs of stopping - or ageing, for that matter. But she is showing signs of progress; earlier this year Mattel announced a new licensing agreement with legendary travel behemoth National Geographic, with dolls due for release later this year. And I[...]

Gender Equality in the Climbing Community

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‘Have you got the boobs to try this route?’ That’s not something you hear very often. Or ever. When you look at it, tons of our colloquialisms are a bit sexist, a hangover from when that was ‘OK’ I suppose. Phrases such as ‘You climb like a girl’ to which I want to reply, ‘What, you mean elegantly, with technique and control?’ Anyway, I didn’t set out[...]

5 podcasts we love right now

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Seriously people, what on earth did we do on long-haul flights or on slow trains before podcasts had their magical rebirth? Or even while getting ready in the morning? Yeah, I have no idea either. So, it's long overdue to present you a lovely little list of podcasts that can but don't have to be travel-related podcasts. On a side note: While writing up this [...]

Meet the fascinating female photographer who portrays women on the streets of NYC

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Normally, she’s the expert in asking original questions. This time round though, I caught up with Karina Rozwadowska, who is best known from her street photography and interviews during the Women's March in Washington, D.C. I first came across her beautiful work in ZeitMagazin and have followed her Instagram account ever since. Karina was trained as an art h[...]

Our 6 favorite books this spring

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Spring in Berlin is currently taking a serious break, hence I've stocked up on books before summer will swallow me completely. The selection I've piled up is surprisingly deep and perhaps even dark, but every book covers an extremely important issue that I think deserves some attention and wine-fuelled discussions with friends. When I've finished every book,[...]

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