The Inspiring Solidarity of the Cable Girls
If we’ve talked about TV in the last few weeks (and we MAY have talked about TV a lot in these virus times,) I’ve surely mentioned Cable Girls to you. I’ve become a bit obsessed. It’s a Spanish TV show about switchboard operators in the early 20th century. It is stylish and sexy and most impressively, about women’s solidarity.
There is nothing the women in this show won’t do for their friends. And I mean nothing. They will tank their relationships, start a strike, even stage a prison break. They are a group of friends who show up for each other in some really extraordinarily ways.
To read more of The Inspiring Solidarity of the Cable Girls visit the Songs for the Struggling Artist blog.
This is Episode 202
Song: Marta, Sebas, Guille y los demas by Amaral
Image of a Cable Girls poster in Madrid by Fred Romero via Wikicommons
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