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It’s Winter, and it’s officially spooky season. Of course, every day can be Halloween, but in the past year or so, there has been a resurgence of one scary icon in particular, the vampire. Vampires have been a staple in pop culture for decades, spanning the horror genre. When you think of the vampire, it could be the original Dracula, whose impact on the vampire mythos has been unprecedented, or the recent resurgence of the Twilight Saga, which has been christened ‘The Twilight Renaissance’ by fans and the internet.The vampiric archetype has evolved and changed with time, starting as a
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According to a 2016 report by Oxfam, 88% of Brazilian rural properties are owned by men. However, the majority of the rural workforce is made up of women. TNF interviewed Adriana Mezzadri, a farmer and member of the Rural Workers Women Movement (MMC Brazil) on the gender discrimination faced by Brazilian female farmers under the current far-right government, and what her movement is doing to empower fellow women and push for social, economic, and political change. Q: Thanks for your time. Tell me about yourself. When did you become involved in the MMC and why? A: I started working for the movement very early, in my adolescence. It was through the movement that I started to see that I, as a rural woman, was a person with rights and dignity. At that time, in the 1990s, we were still discussing the issue of social security rights. It was only in 1988 that rural women