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November, 2018

To the Friends of Giraffe:

We are adding Holly and Jolly to Santa's sleigh, with red noses of embarrassment over the attitude of the U.S. government towards "others" - others among us, others who want to be among us. (In fire-scorched California, we call them Rain Dear).

Our new feature "!Brazen Hussy", dedicated to women artists who have produced daring, unapologetic work, is arousing some welcome discussion. We have added five more for you:

Sarah Lucas, one of the YBA (Young British Artists) with her "genitalia extravaganza"

Leonor Fini, beginning with "Woman Seated on a Naked Man"

Christina Quarles, " Baby I Want Yew to Know All Tha Folks I Am"

"Rape's Heroic Underpinnings"

Anne Brigman, Photographing Yourself Naked.


And, trumpets sounding on this one, we are now offering !brazen hussy tshirts, for those of you who want to spread the brazen news. You can now be a !brazen hussy yourself with shirts, mugs, pajamas, jackets, and more


The !brazen hussy shop can also be accessed from our boutique


Our cover image is titled "Twiglet".


Our electronic quill article this month is titled Heavy Weighs the Silence. We look at the Maoris, yestermonth, voices that yell and voices that we strive in vain to hear, undressing hubris, and a contemporary take on the Cistine Chapel.


Our section called "Other Voices" includes eMusings, yNot, Site of the Month, !Brazen Hussy, and Just Desserts.


eMusings: David Ruth's Colorado Cascade glass project; "Holding On Upside Down"; 750 years old Peruvian sculptures; AI portraits; 7 Stars luxury train rides; the drawings of Tintoretto; "Having Gone I will return"; Beth Shields and her swirling paintscapes; 44,000 free image downloads from the Chicago Art Institute; David Salle paints the "height of hubristic folly"; the Paris Photo Fair presents 8 new takes on photography.


YNot: Our Woman of the Month Award goes to Margaret Hamilton, a winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom from Barack Obama in 2016 and the engineer who invented the phrase "software engineering".


Don't forget that our outstanding women are permanently archived on their own page.


Continuing in YNot: the Maxine cartoons will brighten your days; Andrea Merkel calls for more women in the arts; a federal judge refuses to outlaw genital mutilation in the U.S.; Facebook auctions off a bride; a female chef gets India's first Michelin star; NASCAR gets its first female on a pit crew; GirlForward in Texas; "men work, women obey" in the Middle East"; barefoot diapered babies get teargassed at the U.S. border; "How to dine solo"; from cheerleading to winning touchdowns; "Do what you love and live longer"; Lucita Hurtado is discovered at age 97; California wants to require more women on corporate boards; "A Space of Their Own" archive in Europe; "Elles x Paris Photo".


Giraffe's Site of the Month: "Sculpture By The Sea" features some extraordinary work in Sydney, Australia


New Digital Paintings: Five dynamic new paintings, starring some charming Newanderthal creatures


New Blobs: Four of the blobby forms that end up in our digital paintings, plus a robot is given citizenship. (A robot, but not refugees? What have we become?)


Digital Giraffe writes: Our blog post this month is titled "I am Sorry My Brother", a tribute to the undying courage of those at Abu Ghraib who write with toothpaste to send their messages out into the world.


News from the world of 3D printing: 3D printed rugs in the Netherlands; the Blade 3D printed hypercar; a personalized 3D printed model of a patient's heart; Colossus, a 3D printer that uses recycled materials; more health warnings on toxicity in printers and their materials; an open-source way to test the quality of your printer and your materials before you use them; "Laminated Resin Printing" to output mini-micro pieces; 3D printed titanium wheels; a home office 3D printer to print metals; simple paper pulp as a non-plastic substitute; a time-lapse video showing the inside of a 3D printer as it is printing; experiments in 3D printing magnetic parts.


Thanks to all of you who voted. You are the voice of democracy and our hope for the future. May your Hanuka/Christmas/Kwanza be filled with joy and laughter, family and love.

With warm regards from your friend The Giraffe.

c. Corinne Whitaker 2018