Victoria Castillo Ávila

Victoria Castillo Ávila

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Dundee (Scotland) Málaga (España)  ·  Amateur photographer and writer. I am the author of blogs Alice's Descent and its Spanish homologous El Descenso de Alicia.
Victoria Castillo Ávila
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News educate as much culturally as on the legal, the social and the moral. They are long reach threats, an extension for the experience of risk beyond reality or dreams.

Under 100 I: Educational news

[...] I can host feminine and masculine, beauty and ugly, active and passive, all at once. I can transcend linguistic barriers, reconcile the opposites, and annihilate their incompatibility, and that should never imply contradiction or divorce, but a wonderful extension of the self.  http://alicesdescent.com/the-paradox-of-autoerotism/

[...] I can host feminine and masculine, beauty and ugly, active and passive, all at once. I can transcend linguistic barriers, reconcile the opposites, and annihilate their incompatibility, and that should never imply contradiction or divorce, but a wonderful extension of the self. http://alicesdescent.com/the-paradox-of-autoerotism/

[...] And still today, when turning on the BBC means listening to some unrestrained UKIP supporter speculating on my right to freely and uninhibitedly imagine a future in the country I have grown to love: I am proud and glad I chose to come here.  http://alicesdescent.com/thoughts_on_brexit_and_26j/

[...] And still today, when turning on the BBC means listening to some unrestrained UKIP supporter speculating on my right to freely and uninhibitedly imagine a future in the country I have grown to love: I am proud and glad I chose to come here. http://alicesdescent.com/thoughts_on_brexit_and_26j/

[...] Even so, there is something exceptionally edifying and instructive in loss, an enlightening realisation that comes from experiencing other people’s rejection to change: We cannot be liked by everyone. And even if we could, not every single version of ourselves would be able to please every single version of everyone else.  http://alicesdescent.com/odyssey/

[...] Even so, there is something exceptionally edifying and instructive in loss, an enlightening realisation that comes from experiencing other people’s rejection to change: We cannot be liked by everyone. And even if we could, not every single version of ourselves would be able to please every single version of everyone else. http://alicesdescent.com/odyssey/