It’s hard to talk about. That feeling of impotence, humiliation, oppression, disillusionment, shame, frustration, that women feel when discriminated against and forced into conditions of economic subordination within the couple or the family. It is difficult to give a picture of the objective, administrative and social difficulties that arise in these cases. It is difficult to sketch out solutions, ways out, real alternatives. But, above all, it is difficult to shake the minds of injured and often people who have given up.
It is indeed the need to overcome these difficulties that gave rise to the idea of this series of three graphic novels created by Anonima Fumetti in collaboration with Global Thinking Foundation, that is based on the testimonies of life lived collected by the foundation’s offices operating in Italy.
This unique representation of the history of Zinzulusa wants to bring girls and boys of all ages closer to the beauty and the eternal memory of a story that is not just about the tradition of this place but also holds a universal meaning. The respect for the Right to a protected and peaceful childhood... View Article
The rule of the void gives voice to a modern, emancipated, working woman who, deprived of control over her bank account and personal property, ends up losing even the control of her own life, slipping into a vicious circle of frustration and hopelessness that brings her to the brink of a paralysis of the mind... View Article
This is the wonderful story of Alexandra David-Néel. The third graphic novel focuses on the aspect of recovery, rebirth and resilience of female life. We are looking at that period between the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries – the Victorian era in Great Britain – in which, from the Industrial Revolution to the Suffrage movement, women... View Article
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