Wise Woman Travel

Exploring the world from a female perspective

Studies of elevator behaviour are well-known: everyone faces the doors,  looking up at the floor indicator or the side panel buttons. People pull in their elbows  or clasp their hands in front of them,  talking little, if at all. If you were an undergraduate sociology student, you may have been asked to interrupt those behavioral …

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We’ve settled into our seats for Theatre Network’s first play of the season, the world premiere of Colleen Murphy‘s Pig Girl. The stage is dimly lit, but we can see the interior of a wooden shed, its floorboards and roof jutting jaggedly towards us.  Bare bulbed light fixtures, coils of rope, chains, and a large hook …

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