28 March 2012


        En la encuesta habéis elegido "otras cosas"¿a qué os referís?

16 March 2012

Our Survey

We asked 24 people. Most of them were 40 years old women.
We have 24 comments. 5 of them are sexist comments.
Here are some examples:
- (sexist) Men generally have more strength.
- (sexist) Women are more sensitive than men.
- They can do the same work.
- Today men and women don't have the same rights at work and in society yet, it is not allowed, it shouldn't be so.

We made men and women silhouetes to post the comments.
We found slogans for the banners. Here are some examples:

- Marriage is not a sex contract.
- A feminist is any women who tells the truth about her life.
- When men are opressed, it's a tragedy. When women are opressed, it's a tradition.

- Equal rights are not special rights.

  • Daniel Barrionuevo
  • Antonio Jaime
  • Juan Soler
  • Jose Carlos de Pedro
  • Autana Arias

01 March 2012

Saint Valentine

What did I do?
To anger you?
Our arguments were few
Our romance was true.

I smile through a thousand tears,
Inside I suffer a thousand fears.
I dream of everything I will never be,
and wait in insecurity.

I hide myself in a pretend world,
and never let anyone in.
All my life it's been like the real me,
was outside of me looking in.

Scary Story

Once upon a time a rich family called “Los Flores” that had a big estate in Torremolinos. One day one of the grandsons died in a pool because some children pushed him and he drowned. After a time “Los Flores” tried to sell the estate but anyone wanted to buy it because they said that there was a curse. Some years later, a foreigner bought it because he didn't know the legend. In this estate a street was placed and, in the same place where the pool was, he built a block of flats. From then all nights we can hear a child crying and the legend is told that the child will not rest until he finds revenge.

The Wizard of Oz

Some years later, Dorothy met a boy called Rick in a restaurant in Kansas. After a time they got married and they had a child called Alex, he had short, blond hair, he had blue eyes and he was very funny. He liked playing with Toto and Rick.

All nights Dorothy told Alex about the story in Munchkin land, she told about the scarecrow that wanted a brain, the kind Tin Man that wanted a heart and about the lion that wanted courage and how they killed the Wicked Witch of the West and she also told about her magic red shoes and the long Yellow Brick Road.