Antonio Fraguas de Pablo, the great Forges, has died this morning in Madrid. The news has left us ice cream. And also orphans of those cartoons with which he has portrayed for decades, with fine humor and irony, the reality of Spain from the pages of El País. Always a defender of just causes, Forges had an impact, especially in recent years, on the visibility of women's rights and equality.
If you have ever stopped to read the labels of the products you buy in the supermarket or in your header market, you will have noticed that many of them come from far away and that, despite this, they sell them to us as fresh products . Little can have lemons from Argentina or asparagus from Peru, whose "best moment" ceased to be so long ago.
The Spanish rhythmic gymnastics team will once again star in the Freixenet announcement. Because they are worth it.
The announcement of who will star in the Freixenet television spot is, year after year, the first indication that Christmas is coming. On this occasion, the Catalan company has decided to repeat protagonists: the girls of the Spanish rhythmic gymnastics team, which were already the bubbles chosen in 2015. The president of Freixenet, José Luis Bonet, has highlighted the values of the three tees in athletes : talent, work and tenacity.
When talking about gender equality, the Nordic countries are usually the benchmark in which we want to look at each other. Now, Norway has surprised the world with the introduction of a novelty in its mandatory military service: it has not only approved the female military service, but also men and women will share mixed dormitories.
The iPhone 7 is here. Well, here-here is not yet, but little is missing. Apple has presented it in San Francisco, amid (as always) a great media expectation. Our colleagues at Applesfera have been covering the news and ... we have drawn a few very fashionistas conclusions about the product.
Spain, at the tail of Europe in equitable distribution of household chores (according to an Oxford study)
The University of Oxford has recently published a study on the distribution of domestic tasks between men and women. This is an extensive investigation in time and in the geographical space, since it analyzes the trends followed in gender equality in the last 55 years, from 1961 to the present, and in 19 countries.
This teenager's reaction to verbal abuse has gone viral in the United States ... and it's easy to understand why
A debate that appears every so often in the media is the passivity (or not) of those who witness a scene of sexist violence. Or violence, in general, really. We all have images of attacks in public places, which occurred while those who passed by ignored the scene.
The Rio Olympic Games are already underway and some images that we have seen in them have set social networks on fire and are on the lips of all sports fans: from the pacifiers of Michael Phelps to lifeguards in swimming competitions, passing by the analysis of sexism in sports broadcasts or the costumes of beach volleyball players.
Today's 'doodle' by Gloria Fuertes leads us to discover three unforgettable works of his (for adults)
Today, 99 years ago, Gloria Fuertes, the great Spanish poet of children, was born. Google has decided to honor her with a doodle in which she can be seen reading her work to children. But Gloria Fuertes was more than a writer of children's literature. His poems for adults are less known, but we have rescued three of them to get a little closer to the woman he was.
This weekend the G20 meeting was held in Chengdu (China). Economy ministers and central bank chiefs of the twenty most advanced economies on the planet have discussed the global growth and consequences of British Brexit, among other topics of economic interest.
As much as society has made progress in recent times, (almost) no one escapes that feminism is still necessary. There are still many areas of society where being a woman becomes a daily struggle and sometimes it is easy to lose strength. In those cases, it may be useful to resort to some great women, from the past and the present, who have left phrases that are worth remembering in the low moments.
These are the social networks of our women athletes to be able to cheer them up in person at these Olympics
Less than a month is left for the Rio Olympics and sports media begin placing bets on favorites to get the medals. Women will have a lot to say in the Spanish medallero, so we have searched their social networks to follow them closely and feel our encouragement before competing.
Summer is here. And the sun, the heat, the beach, the pool ... And the memories. Some of the best memories of our lives are linked to summer. From the first summers of our childhood to those who saw us fall in love, travel and become adults. Let the hand that has not lived (almost) all these sensations raise your hand.
A couple of weeks ago social networks were revolutionized with a video of the blogger, writer and youtuber Isasaweis in which he communicated to his followers his recent separation. The video currently has almost 400,000 views. Isasaweis not the first influencer who decides to talk about his private and intimate life, which has led us to ask: is YouTube the new Big Brother?
Technology has changed our lives. To everyone, even to those who don't want to know anything about her. Moreover, it has divided us into new social groups, tobacconists and almost no relationship between them. The non-technological on one side, the hyperconnected on the other and several subspecies in between. This is the new natural order that will dominate our time.
Today marks 82 years of the death of Marie Curie, a pioneer in the study of radioactivity and in so many other merits: first woman professor at the University of Paris, first woman to win the Nobel Prize and first person awarded with two Nobel Prizes (Physics in 1903 and Chemistry in 1911).
Oh, Facebook, our favorite friend. We can now spend the day hooked to the latest Twitter updates, instagrammear as true professionals or get lost among Pinterest boards. Does not matter. Facebook is still king. Maybe it's because he knows how to use our 11-year-old cousin in the same way as our mother (although maybe that should horrify us), but we all use Facebook.
That raise your hand who has not ever been amazed at Ikea with those minispaces of 35 square meters in which everything seems necessary to fit and, in addition, can not be more cuquis. The crux of the matter comes when we have to live in one of those micropisos. What can we learn by living in them?
Many years ago, in 1966 to be exact, Truman Capote offered a costume party at the Plaza Hotel in New York in which he asked all his guests to wear black and white. Apparently, the scene of the movie My Fair Lady in which Audrey Hepburn appeared dressed in a two-color striped suit had impacted her so much, that it was precisely that theme that inspired her when organizing the staging of her birthday .
Few will recognize it aloud, but being an addicted fashion makes you commit many eccentricities, since falling posture is an almost inevitable temptation. Some of those oddities typical of a fashion addict can take us to the Dark Side and others can even be dangerous to our health.
When we get home after an exhausting day at work, there is nothing that can revitalize us more than a relaxing bath or shower. And if we can accompany it with good background music and a glass of wine ... better than better. Therefore, any gadget that helps us to make this a perfect moment is welcome.