Christmas Solstice

Christmas Cyberworld

Time for all good gynoids to make mince pies, make merry and make friends. Three of the young Muslim men who live in the next door house called unexpectedly tonight, with the gift of a very nice bottle of port, to wish us Merry Christmas.  This is the first time we have spoken since they moved into the house two months ago.  It gave us a chance to be as welcoming to them as we should have been when they first arrived.

About Gill Kirkup

I have worked most of my life as an academic engaged in a combination of teaching, research and scholarship. A strong theme over the years has been a critical engagement with the gendering of technologies and the technologies of gender and identity. This blog is a place where I can reflect on all of these - sometimes in a scholarly way -but not always.
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One Response to Christmas Solstice

  1. Anne Kirkup says:

    How about the gold, frankenscence and myrrh?

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