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Emma (4) (1981–)

Autor(a) de The Mental Load: A Feminist Comic

Para outros autores com o nome Emma, ver a página de desambiguação.

Emma (4) foi considerado como pseudónimo de Emma Clit.

9 Works 233 Membros 16 Críticas

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Foram atribuídas obras ao autor também conhecido como Emma Clit.

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Nome legal
Gutierrez, Emma
Data de nascimento
1981
Sexo
female
Nacionalidade
France
Locais de residência
Paris, France

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EMMA is a 36-year-old computer technician who lives in Paris but who says she learns "all over the place." She podcasts programs for the radio station France Culture, and her comics run in The Guardian. A former member of the collective Stop harcèlement de rue (Stop Street Harassment), she is confident that her feminist beliefs have now made it onto the "information superhighway" for good.

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Weird, but very interesting. It's a blog (or essays) in comic form; like Hyperbole and a Half, though less funny and more...political? It's largely, though not entirely, about women's rights, and unfortunately that's political these days. The title piece is about the invisible part of household (or workplace) chores, the planning and remembering and managing part - which is still largely the woman's task at home. There's also several about maternity leave and managing with a new child - about workplace expectations and men's behavior and doctors' and nurses' behavior during and after the birth. A couple about police violence, and about how violence of all sorts is reported (in France, where she's based) - riots are reported but not the causes, attacks by protestors are in focus and protestors dealing with the aftermath of violence directed against them isn't... There are several about how, in different ways and different fields, our expectations affect our behavior - from women suppressing their reactions, to people working "bulls**t jobs" that do nothing but enrich the already rich (but that's the way things are and always were and will be...isn't it?). It's interesting angles on a lot of things, with the simple, blocky images conveying as much as the words. Interesting, worth reading, worth spreading the word about.… (mais)
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Obras
9
Membros
233
Popularidade
#96,932
Avaliação
4.0
Críticas
16
ISBN
30
Línguas
6

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