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15:36

Opinion

Too perverse for words

GEORGINA OLIVER

...sexist demonisation to fear of growing social protest and awareness among underprivileged women. Moreno points out that the adjective 'perverse' has two meanings in Spanish: on the one hand, to cause harm deliberately, on the other, to rock the boat of ... incorporated in this irresistible scholarly appraisal would be 'kinda perverse'. To deny its voyeuristic appeal, even more so... Catch it while you can!

18:10

What to do

The art that saw women as perverse

regina sotorrío

The word 'perverse' is generally understood to mean having a deliberate and obstinate desire to behave badly, to deviate from what is good. However, less common is a surprising definition which changes that around: perverse can also be applied to

13:20

Opinion

No time for complexes

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...pendulous dynamic which repeatedly leads to self-complacency over the figures each season, and the frustration of impotence in the face of major problems which are never resolved. There is no formula to show how to get out of this perverse dynamic, but

15:23

LifeStyle

The dark side of escaping the daily routine

Mark Nayler

By his own admission, the narrator of this brilliant and dark novel is a “c***sucker”. He is at the very bottom of a three-layered hierarchy that constitutes the world of work in Spain: at the top are the “Buddhas”, who barely work but are unsackable