I first heard the term ‘Women’s lib,’ sometime in the late 60s or early 70s. At the time we dreamt of men becoming more like women and to a certain extent, some men have softened their approach. It was never going to be enough to make a difference and so the outcome is understandable, but I don’t think anyone expected women to become more like men. E.g. Play rugby, football or cricket, box or wrestle.
The Mersey, trying to hide its innermost thoughts by reflecting everything. Unlike Roche and Newman, who bare their souls, or me who hasn’t quite the courage yet to really write what he feels, but is getting there. As a bloke, I’m always a bit afraid of straight out chick lit, but then again, I findContinue reading “Wetlands – Or how not to translate Feuchtgebiete”