it takes more effort to hate than to accept
Cool article over at the Guardian on “radical science” in 70s Britain:
A raised fist of solidarity against oppression held up behind a chemist’s flask: a striking, slightly humorous image that playful juxtaposes images of political revolution and scientific work which are generally kept apart. It was the cover of last year’s Geek Manifesto. But it was also the logo for two magazines of the 1970s socialist science movement, Science for the People (based in the US) and Science for People (from the UK).
Wonder if anti-sexist cartoons actually led to any actual changes.