Category Archives: Upworthy

When She Rolls Up In One Of Her Creations? People Freak Out.

Culture jam!

Watch at 5:40 when she talks about blowing people’s
expectations as a first step to a better world, and at 11:00 where she
describes the impressive accomplishments of one small group of focused,
creative people. (I think I kinda fell in love.)

Callie Curry (aka
Swoon) gave this talk
at TedxBrooklyn to share her vision
about how art can do good in the world. Follow her recent journeys on Facebook, and, if you’re like
me, you’ll want more.

When She Rolls Up In One Of Her Creations? People Freak Out.

Culture jam!

Watch at 5:40 when she talks about blowing people’s
expectations as a first step to a better world, and at 11:00 where she
describes the impressive accomplishments of one small group of focused,
creative people. (I think I kinda fell in love.)

Callie Curry (aka
Swoon) gave this talk
at TedxBrooklyn to share her vision
about how art can do good in the world. Follow her recent journeys on Facebook, and, if you’re like
me, you’ll want more.

What Do You Do With A Hungry Baby When You’re Out Shopping? This Mom’s Prepared.

Most mothers probably wouldn’t choose to do this in public, but there’s nothing so urgent as a squalling baby. It is legal, but, unfortunately, some people don’t seem to know that.

Countries around the world, including the U.S., have passed laws to protect women’s right to breast-feed in public places. Unfortunately, this hasn’t ended the harassment many women have experienced. I originally encountered this crafty comic on a website for crocheting accompanied by photos of this inspired creation:

Read more here about why supporting breast-feeding in public is important to supporting breast-feeding anywhere.

Original comic by Heather Cushman-Dowdee, creator of Hathor the Cowgoddess and Mama Is… comics and a valiant defender of every mama’s right to breast-feed wherever. See more enlightening comics and original writing at her website. She’s on Facebook too. Boob baby beanie photos are from The Oxford Family, a great place to find your inner hooker. (Crocheting, silly!)

What Do You Do With A Hungry Baby When You’re Out Shopping? This Mom’s Prepared.

Most mothers probably wouldn’t choose to do this in public, but there’s nothing so urgent as a squalling baby. It is legal, but, unfortunately, some people don’t seem to know that.

Countries around the world, including the U.S., have passed laws to protect women’s right to breast-feed in public places. Unfortunately, this hasn’t ended the harassment many women have experienced. I originally encountered this crafty comic on a website for crocheting accompanied by photos of this inspired creation:

Read more here about why supporting breast-feeding in public is important to supporting breast-feeding anywhere.

Original comic by Heather Cushman-Dowdee, creator of Hathor the Cowgoddess and Mama Is… comics and a valiant defender of every mama’s right to breast-feed wherever. See more enlightening comics and original writing at her website. She’s on Facebook too. Boob baby beanie photos are from The Oxford Family, a great place to find your inner hooker. (Crocheting, silly!)

A Comedian Repeats The Same 7 Words Over And Over Again, And By 1:25, I’m On The Floor

This one is a classic. Sometimes it’s the small things that really need to be celebrated with a 30-person chorus, electric guitars, and a marching band.

Original music video by Tim Minchin. Tim is one of the world’s funniest humans. He creates fierce, intelligent, and often musical hilarity on YouTube, Twitter, Broadway, podiums during college graduations, and pretty much everywhere else you can think of.

A Comedian Repeats The Same 7 Words Over And Over Again, And By 1:25, I’m On The Floor

This one is a classic. Sometimes it’s the small things that really need to be celebrated with a 30-person chorus, electric guitars, and a marching band.

Original music video by Tim Minchin. Tim is one of the world’s funniest humans. He creates fierce, intelligent, and often musical hilarity on YouTube, Twitter, Broadway, podiums during college graduations, and pretty much everywhere else you can think of.