Categoría: Late capitalism

Architectural history in an era of capitalist ruin WE LIKE TO THINK OF BUILDINGS as being permanent, unchanging. They feel permanent; after all, it is part of a building’s basic purpose, reliably sheltering us from the elements. But the unfortunate truth is that most buildings do not last long. It might shock you to learn that […]

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Alena Petitt, a well-known author and lifestyle blogger, has become the British face of the “Tradwife” movement, closely associated with the hashtag #TradWife. The movement harks back to an earlier era, encouraging women to take pleasure in traditional domestic duties while promoting feminine submissiveness, domesticity, and wifehood. In a BBC clip, Petitt explains that her […]

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Indigencia, hambre, vergüenza: la pobreza se ceba con el país más rico del mundo, EE. UU. Afecta a 43 millones de ciudadanos, el doble que hace 50 años. Puede aparecer rápidamente: una enfermedad o perder el empleo pueden bastar para dejar a una persona en la calle. En Estados Unidos, muchas personas quedan excluidas del […]

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Blood has become big business in the United States and there is no shortage of corporations ready to exploit America’s most vulnerable populations in order to get a piece of the pie. For much of the world, donating blood is purely an act of solidarity; a civic duty that the healthy perform to aid others […]

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