Monthly Archives: May 2012

Menstruation in the Veg Patch in English!

  Yay, the Copenhagen University Post has put up an English version of Johan Klokhøj’s great article about A Material Conversation! Read it here. Only one caveat: as much as I would like to think that Karen Barad saw our

Menstruation in the Veg Patch in English!

  Yay, the Copenhagen University Post has put up an English version of Johan Klokhøj’s great article about A Material Conversation! Read it here. Only one caveat: as much as I would like to think that Karen Barad saw our

Being care-full: on methodology

One of the concluding talks at the Feminist Materialisms conference was done by a scholar who didn’t subscribe to new materialist thinking. He started his commentary in the affirmative, acknowledging the importance of a materialist ontology and then very quickly

Being care-full: on methodology

One of the concluding talks at the Feminist Materialisms conference was done by a scholar who didn’t subscribe to new materialist thinking. He started his commentary in the affirmative, acknowledging the importance of a materialist ontology and then very quickly

Experiment 2: Transferring blood, an experimental story in pictures

A little picture series from when I transplanted blood into new containers for the Feminist Materialisms conference. Overdue, but still f-u-n. These were also some of the events leading to my understanding of the challenges of handling other people’s blood.

Experiment 2: Transferring blood, an experimental story in pictures

A little picture series from when I transplanted blood into new containers for the Feminist Materialisms conference. Overdue, but still f-u-n. These were also some of the events leading to my understanding of the challenges of handling other people’s blood.

Little helpers: monthlyinfo.com

I love this little friend called Monthlyinfo. A free, online period tracker that tells you what your body is up to. Kind of like when you first got your period and meticulously put little x’es in your diary, but then

Little helpers: monthlyinfo.com

I love this little friend called Monthlyinfo. A free, online period tracker that tells you what your body is up to. Kind of like when you first got your period and meticulously put little x’es in your diary, but then

The absolute horror of listening to your own voice on the radio

  It’s been a bit quiet from Moist this week. After last week’s craziness I’ve had to rest my brain and get a bit of non-menstrual time. Now I’m slowly getting back into the flow of things and will take

The absolute horror of listening to your own voice on the radio

  It’s been a bit quiet from Moist this week. After last week’s craziness I’ve had to rest my brain and get a bit of non-menstrual time. Now I’m slowly getting back into the flow of things and will take

Why everyone should use a menstrual cup

So, I’ve been using a menstrual cup. And it’s been glorious. I don’t have lots of sex dreams, I’ve had about 4 or 5 in my life. Two of them, o sweet joy, have happened over the last two months

Why everyone should use a menstrual cup

So, I’ve been using a menstrual cup. And it’s been glorious. I don’t have lots of sex dreams, I’ve had about 4 or 5 in my life. Two of them, o sweet joy, have happened over the last two months

Moist made the front page or Menstruation In The Veg Patch

  Last week Alexandra and I were interviewed by Johan Klokhj from Universitetsavisen, the Copenhagen University Paper. If you have the good fortune of being a Danish speaker, do check out the article on the front page of the paper.

Moist made the front page or Menstruation In The Veg Patch

  Last week Alexandra and I were interviewed by Johan Klokhj from Universitetsavisen, the Copenhagen University Paper. If you have the good fortune of being a Danish speaker, do check out the article on the front page of the paper.