Friday Favourites: 3.30.18
|March 30 2018|
We get that by the end of the week, you don't want to think about much more than having a glass of whiskey and rewatching the first three seasons of Arrested Development. It’s all good. Until it’s Saturday morning and all you have to talk about after yoga is how many paper cuts you got this week and Tobias the Never Nude. Not to worry--we did the work for you. All you have to do is scroll, click, peruse and maintain your queen status.
Chasing bad boys may no longer be an option but that doesn’t mean you have to give up the thrill just yet.
"This is an easily digestible read that is well thought-out and informative! It's a great read for anyone who wants to learn more [about feminism], is curious about the origins and purpose of the feminist movement, and has questions that need answers!" 〰️ Alyssa, Founder and CEO
The Birth of Biopolitics
"Michel Foucault has been my philosophical husband since my teenage years. There are gaps in this discussion on the effects of race and how race works with his other theories. I justify these gaps by using fallacious thinking; based on how his early death hindered any possibility of expanded thoughts. I love this specific collection of his lectures as they merge critical examination of liberalism, economics and biopolitics. He takes a look at the history from a western European perspective, using France, Germany and the USA to draw points on the unique metamorphosis of each of these locations.I love reading this during my commute--he really pulls you in."〰️ Darleen, Intern
Killing and Dying by Adrian Tomine
“Adrian Tomine is one of my favourite illustrators--I'll buy anything he does. Killing and Dying was funny, intimate and devourable. Tomine's ability to perfectly and honestly capture people in such an honest way got me excited about the value of storytelling."〰️ Akosua, Intern