Here the horror literature was born

Under the roof of Villa Diodati, Lord Byron, Mary and Percy Shelley, John Polidori and Claire Clairmont managed to take literature to life to give birth to the great myths of contemporary terror. Nothing less than the Vampire and Frankenstein. And the summer of 1816 was not just any summer.

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Why is the left silent about the struggle of Iranian women?

The Iranian-born British activist Shapi Jorsandi, president of Humanist UK, calls on the left to come out in defense of the women who are challenging the Ayatollah regime with an article that carries by expressive title “Why Western feminists will not support the woman arrested in Iran for taking off…

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What can a vagina smell like? [ENG]

Vaginas always smell even if they are completely healthy. If you have been sweating or exercising, it may give off a stronger smell. If you smell fish, you probably have a Gardnerella infection called bacterial vaginosis (see es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gardnerella_vaginalis ). The smell of rottenness or sour smell may also be a…

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Pensions: without unity there is no victory

The convening organizations are not able to agree and on March 17 the pensioners will not all go together in the big showcase that is Madrid. If there is persistence in the disunity between movements and unions, bad leadership will lead the struggle, because united can be won, divided is…

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FAANG: Technological vampirism

The gigantic oligopolistic niche composed of the technological vampires designated with the acronym FAANG -Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google-, or FAAMG -Microsoft supplanting the N- is on the way to drain all the financial capital of the North American industrial fabric, and therefore of the western world, which sustains…

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