Have you heard about Gisella Perl? If not, you really need to. Please read this great and important post. We should not forget heroes like Gisella Perl.
A great blogger is asking for help.
“Having read the proposed content of the fifth version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known by psychologists as DSM-5, I now realise the entire family is a psychiatric basket case and should be ingesting a bucket-load of prescription medication.”
A funny anecdote about teaching.
And this is how Canadians shop for food, at least in Toronto. Warning: this post should not be read on an empty stomach.
For teachers and public speakers: how to preserve vocal health.
A very insightful post on how to discover what it is you really want to be doing.
Does modernity cause autism? This is probably the most profound post I have read about autism in a while.
How to write an article over the winter break. Useful, insightful practical advice.
Striking clothes a woman in Russia makes for herself. The text is in Russian, but don’t mind that. Just look at the photos. This is all hand-made, including the hats and the coats.
It’s so great to find out that I’m not the only person who drops everything and starts making wishes while staring intently at the clock when 11:11 strikes. How come such superstitions transcend all possible borders?
This is the most offensive, nasty piece of garbage anybody could have come up with in response to the Sandusky rape allegations. I strongly suspect that the person who wrote this article is being paid to discredit the cause of feminism. Surely, nobody can really be that dense?
Toothless feminism: I kept yelling “yes” to every word of this post, which made my husband suspect I was watching porn instead of reading posts on feminism.
Well-deserved ridicule for Russia’s ridiculous election-time propaganda.