A documentary review of Taxi Sister (2011)

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! Today we have a documentary review/critique on a short documentary about Taxi Sisters in Senegal. It is quite the fascinating topic, and I thought I would take on and write up through a narrower feminist lens on the documentary. Taxi Sister overall shows scenes that correspond andContinue reading “A documentary review of Taxi Sister (2011)”

Series recommendation #1: ‘Daria’, with feminism, the 90s, high school and Sick Sad World

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! Today I would like to talk about one of my all time favourite shows, Daria. For a show that was a relative hit in the United States where it originally aired, Daria was not as popular of a show here in Europe. It aired on some lateContinue reading “Series recommendation #1: ‘Daria’, with feminism, the 90s, high school and Sick Sad World”

Information on our posting schedule and our types of monthly recurring posts

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! Just here today writing up a quick news update on our posting schedule here on the Talking Egg. You’ll find this in our ‘What is the Talking Egg?’ segment as well, however it is always handy to make an official announcement for these things. As mentioned inContinue reading “Information on our posting schedule and our types of monthly recurring posts”

Our first post! Welcome to the Talking Egg.

Hello earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! This is Meena, writing our first ever post on the blog. And yes, the Talking Egg involves two of us! That’s myself, Meena and my co-writer, co-founder and close friend, Lena. We will be the main writers you will see writing on this very website, howeverContinue reading “Our first post! Welcome to the Talking Egg.”

Intersectional book club #1: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

“The only reason you say that race was not an issue is because you wish it was not. We all wish it was not. But it’s a lie. I came from a country where race was not an issue; I did not think of myself as black and I only became black when I cameContinue reading “Intersectional book club #1: Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie”