Many may think this is crazy. Abuse is well used, isn’t it? Well… No. I was just scrolling through Facebook today when I found a «course» for parents to talk about sex with their kids. I am not going to deep into the depths of what this «psychologist» thinks is the normality for parents to … More Violated Words: abuse
Utopia. (From Gr. οὐ, no, and τόπος, place: a place that doesn´t exist). 1. f. Plan, proyecto, doctrina o sistema optimista que aparece como irrealizable en el momento de su formulación. Plan, project, doctrine or optimistic system that reveals itself as unrealizable when worded. This brief definition is the one that appears in buscón from RAE, … More Violated Words. Utopia.
Violated Words is here again, this time with this wonderful word: CONSENT because even as some social conscience has awoken (thanks to some iniciative as #metoo), patriarchy is still on charge and sexism in most of minds. And it is because of trying to justify what is unjustifiable, this word comes out over and over, … More Violated Words. Consent.
I have been thinking a lot about today´s post. I have been called a lot of things. I have been called bot, behaviourist (referring to kid´s autorregulation, which is ironic and I will speak about it in another post, maybe), Karen (yes, I have been called Karen and, actually, was thrilled by it), old lady … More Violated Words. Radical.
This one is an old post from that time when I used to write in Spanish, so the definitions come from the RAE (Spanish Language Royal Academy). This section I opened aimed to explain differences from the original meanings of the words and how we use it today, but focused in those words with a … More Violated Words. Democracy.