What would my grandfather say?

My grandfather was in his late teens when WW2 started. His earlier years were spent in abject poverty, often being hungry and cold, living in a despotic society of 1930’s. And then with the start of the war his country turned fascist and started prosecuting, imprisoning, and exterminating minorities. He quickly joined communist resistance, beingContinue reading “What would my grandfather say?”

Social justice culture and toxic femininity

We cannot deny that there are major problems in the world today, but the past year has marginalized some very real problems of environmental degradation, climate change, ever widening income inequality and political radicalization for comparatively trivial (even imagined?) problems of a “deadly pandemic”, white patriarchy, and of pervasive and overwhelming racism. Not to sayContinue reading “Social justice culture and toxic femininity”