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Nora Samaran ¸ 9 READ & DOWNLOAD CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran READ & DOWNLOAD ì Turn This World Inside Out “Violence is nurturance turned backwards” writes Nora Samaran In Turn This World Inside Out she presents Nurturance Culture as the opposite of rape culture and suggests how alternative models of care and accountability―different from “call outs” which are often rooted in the politics of. Turn This World Inside Out by Nora Samaran is a uick read that expands upon Samaran s widely read essay The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture The book s expansion on the topic is carried largely by Samaran s interviews with others I am guessing though I did not count the pages that of this book is interviews that Samaran did with various people than it is her own personal writing I believe this was a smart move by Samaran It is always a smart move to consult a wide range of people for a topic but with this book in particular I found Samaran s personal writings to be limited uite heavily by her personal experience I assume she is a white cisgender heterosexual woman If I am incorrect in assuming that identity it is because her personal writings center this kind of experienceThat is not to say that there is nothing to be gained from the chapters written only by Samaran There is great information about attachment theory the importance in addressing conflict in nuanced ways the seriousness of gaslighting as an abusive behavior how to make a good apology and accept responsibility and others Samaran is also very good at holding onto others humanity in her analyses She expresses information in a gentle and accessible way often lacking in discussions of topics within this book The book is well written efficiently organized and contains a ton of important information in a very small spaceWhere Samaran falls short is in including a intersectional approach in terms of her writing The way she discusses attachment styles is as if all cis men without a secure attachment are avoidant and all cis women without one are anxious This is not true as studies show that expressions of attachment styles are similar across genders though they affect genders differently All interactions and relationships seem to center a heterosexual framework as well She does throw in a masculine people in place of the word men and women and femmes in place of women here and there in what I assume is an attempt to be inclusive However she lacks understanding of how masculinities function outside cis heterosexual white men and seems to misunderstand the definitions of and the problems with the phrase women and femmes It shows in some of her writingThe inclusion of interviews by trans women andor women of color such as Serena Bhandar Ruby Smith Diaz Aravinda Anada and others do well to combat this lack of insight This is what separates Samaran s book from other white hetero cis women s literature that is lacking in these areas Those books also often have something important to offer in terms of the author s personal experiences and so on The problem with this book lies in the fact that the interviews seem to have been done after the rest of the book was written and thus the learning gained from the interviews is not implemented in her own essays The ordering of things is often essay interview essay interview but when we get to the essays the information within reverts back to the same singular perspectiveAnother issue I had with Samaran s personal essays was how she tackled the topic of gaslighting using her own experiences The beginning of the chapter which discusses how severe the effects of gaslighting can be is a great start The end of the chapter which exemplifies the harmful and extreme ways gaslighting exists in community and abuse dynamics is an excellent end But in the center Samaran waters down the definition of gaslighting basically using it to mean this person disagreed with me and said it in a mean way This is specifically evident in her second example in which a male friend disagreed with her about seeing rent signs in her neighborhood and she labeled this gaslighting because he said it like she was an idiot It is misuses like these of the term that make its existence taken less seriously and hides the fact that we all experience the world in different ways There is a reason that eye witness testimonies are extremely flawed Later in the book Samaran details some of the abuse her family endured with her father and I am not sure why she didn t draw on that for her examples of gaslighting Every misunderstanding expression of false information especially out of ignorance or irritated response is not abuse It can be problematic behavior or a stressful conflict that absolutely needs to be addressed without being treated as abuseBecause of these limitations analyses that should have been included such as conflicts within same gender romantic and other relationships white woman tears that are used to silence people of color the complex nature of trans peoples experiences with gender vs how they are read in the world the complexities of different masculinities when they co occur with other marginalized identities the existence of masculine women and feminine men the experiences of sick andor disabled people with and so on Luckily the interviews do address many of these things beautifully which is why I still consider this to 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which a male friend disagreed with her about seeing rent signs in her neighborhood and she labeled this gaslighting because he said it like she was an idiot It is misuses like these of the term that make its existence taken less seriously and hides the fact that we all experience the world in different ways There is a reason that eye witness testimonies are extremely flawed Later in the book Samaran details some of the abuse her family endured with her father and I am not sure why she didn t draw on that for her examples of gaslighting Every misunderstanding expression of false information especially out of ignorance or irritated response is not abuse It can be Intuition problematic behavior or a stressful conflict that absolutely needs to be addressed without being treated as abuseBecause of these limitations analyses that should have been included such as conflicts within same gender romantic and other relationships white woman tears that are used to silence The Wolf How One German 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Nora Samaran ¸ 9 READ & DOWNLOAD CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran READ & DOWNLOAD ì Turn This World Inside Out Shame and guilt―can move toward inverting cultures of dominance and systems of oppression When communities are able to recognize and speak up about systemic violence center the needs of those harmed and hold a circle of belonging that humanizes everyone they create a revolutionary foundation of. Transformation is deeply relational It s not I m going to go and receive enlightenment on top of a mountain by myself That s a colonizer s story of disconnection and self sufficiency Aravinda Ananda Cultivating Empathy and Shame Resilience in Turn This World Inside Out The Emergence of Nurturance Culture


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    [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ Nora Samaran ¸ 9 READ & DOWNLOAD CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran Turn This World Inside Out by Nora Samaran is a uick read that expands upon Samaran's widely read essay The Opposite of Rape Cultur

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Turn This World Inside Out [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran originally posted on ArgotMagazinecomYou may have heard of Nora Samaran from her essay “The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture” which went viral in early 2016 In it Samaran claims “violence is nurturance turned backwards” and extrapolates the nuance of rape culture that pervades our lives in imperceptible ways Whether it is the weight of emotional labor performed by women femmes and nonbinary peopl

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    CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ Nora Samaran ¸ 9 READ & DOWNLOAD 25 starsWriting wasn't profound enough imo to justify a book The main essay this book was based on wasn't that deep to me I found the rest of the book to be slightly unclear and maybe it would be impactful if I were a cishet man or someone who had never engaged with this before The interviews with other organizers were the best part but unless I missed it the author doesn't even name she's white until like the

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    Nora Samaran ¸ 9 READ & DOWNLOAD CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ A really interesting exploration of what nurturance culture would look like a community that sees people as inherently interconnected and that pushes back against cancel culture How do we recognize harm while not endlessly pushing people out? How do we do the work of creating and maintaining relationships centring those who are harmed while also asking those who have done harm to acknowledge and repair that harm? I lik

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    CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ So yummy You know those friends whose book recommendations are always so good that you don't even bother reading the book jacket as long as the recommendation came from that person there are like 3 of you in my life btw? Well this was one of those I got halfway through the intro before pausing and doing a little research on Nora Samaran In a good way In a holy shit who is this woman what are these ideas and why don't I know her? kind of w

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    [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran “Transformation is deeply relational It’s not “I’m going to go and receive enlightenment on top of a mountain by myself” That’s a colonizer’s story of disconnection and self sufficiency” Aravinda Ananda “Cultivating Empathy and Shame Resilience” in “Turn This World Inside Out The Emergence of Nurturance Culture”

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    [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ READ & DOWNLOAD Turn This World Inside Out Probably my favourite part of the book was the discussion of Secure Anxious and Avoidant attachment styles in Chapter 1 I liked the metaphor of the chair for insecure attachment styles and how if it's broken under you before you may think ha

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    [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ Great read for its length I can't speak for how this would read to a male identified person who has no experience thinking or reflecting on these issues but as someone already familiar this book presented a lot

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    [Turn This World Inside Out] EBOOK READ Thought provoking and useful for issues that do come up in community and in activist spaces The discussions were the best parts I only wish they could be on a panel to get to specific uestions I would have liked to see discussion on

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Turn This World Inside Out Nora Samaran ¸ 9 READ & DOWNLOAD CHARACTERS Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Nora Samaran Brilliant and a uick conversational read and a great conversation starter for people socialized as men like myself to reflect on how we are taught by society not to nurture the people in our lives nor even ourselves It's a book inspired by an essay called The Opposite of Rape Culture is Nurturance Culture The author of the essay and this book develops through transcripts of conversations related ideas and themes includ

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  • Turn This World Inside Out
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  • 02 June 2019
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