Sauce.Other Stuff

Round-Up On Powerful, Controversial, Weird And Wonderful Stories We've Read This Week

Sauce.Other Stuff
Round-Up On Powerful, Controversial, Weird And Wonderful Stories We've Read This Week

Sauce is celebrating International Women’s Day with a little round-up of the powerful, controversial, weird and wonderful stories we’ve been reading all week.

The reason why most straight men are threatened by unapologetic female sexuality and a thoughtful essay on Women’s orgasms on film and TV.

Ericka Hart for Reposte Magazine (we read this a few months ago but the photos are so beautiful and Ericka is so amazing, we HAD to share it here.)

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This week Katherine Lowe posted a little something on concept of ‘free-writing’ which basically involves sitting in silence for a short time and just writing without thinking. She shared some of her thoughts and free-writing iphone notes here. Thoughtful and poetic.

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After an aftermath of an eating disorder, Audrey Olivero builds a new relationship with her body — through knife-throwing. A long essay but one worthy of your time.

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Our friend Kelly shares her point of view on the humble good ol selfie. criticised as being narcissistic, fake and the ultimate act of preventing assessment at face value. But maybe this phenomenon goes a lot deeper?

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A wonderful photo diary of the Brides of Vegas by Vogue.com. Some couples are old and some are young. Some are from down the street and some are from oceans away.

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An interesting and slightly strange world of Posthumous reproduction in Israel. A progressive take on reproductive technology that involves genetic material extracted after death.

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Guide to Presidential Elections in 2020, along with an insight into current California senator Kamala Harris, congresswoman from Hawaii (and Iraq war veteran) Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic Party's 2020 presidential nominee Elizabeth Warren, Marianne Williamson and more.

Artworks by Monica Garza



We re-visited this incredible photo-document (diary) in Nytimes.com on what life looks like for girls turning 18 around the world in 18 different communities. It is all about being 18 - through girls’ eyes <3


And finally, a playlist just for you and a subtle reminder ‘WHO RUN THE WORLD?!’


Sauce loves you xx