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Use the soap box for fire wood and make your own little part of the hobby better, if enough people think like you you will find each other and viola! Of course, if you were good at being a man, no one found out, so we don’t know about those individuals. The reenactment groups I have observed seem to have no quality control at all. It’s not about sword fights and mass destruction. As a female, I feel very disrespected to say the least as if I am not interested in guns and history. I wish I could get contacts to work, but I’ve tried twice and had only minimal success. My father had a nervous breakdown and he cut it up to make paper dolls. I make $11,000 /year and scrimp to afford printed flyers for interested public, and large sign at corner of road for public to see, and putting up flyers around my town. If you’re doing that, you’re better than many folks. But–that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to be a member who attends only an event or two a year! I have no problem with people who want to be powder burners, but I feel like they’d really be so much happier in a historical airsofting group than a historical reenacting group, but they don’t want to do it because they want to feel like their hobby is “legitimate”. I was introduced to reenacting as a hobby by my husband about 6 years ago. I admit being put in chains and a cage for the witch re enactments can be rather daunting but its necessary too. Glasses, I’m short sighted, my focal length is about six inches from my nose and I’m unable to wear contacts, yet I manage perfectly well without mine on site( I stay away from fires). You have to know your persona before you can have a clue what’s correct to wear or do, which means thinking critically 🙂 Even when it comes to dirt. We have no problem with her doing her daily tasks or things around the house when we ask her to. The history channel had a documentary recently called, ” Full Metal Corset.”. So few groups at living history events actually make much of an effort to engage the public beyond saying something like “if you have a question, feel free to ask”. Wow that seems exciting! I don’t do any re-enactments (yet) so please can you tell me more? Get a precise, well-argued solution to any problem. He is very bright, knows how to do the work but gets distracted so easily.

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We do demos and hold our own soirees. O am mow developing an impression as a ” Natural Philosopher”, demonstrating early expetiments with “Electric Fluid”, Camera Obscurar, etc. I’ll share a short little funny episode when reenacting accidentally collided with “real life.” My daughter was a tot and my good mother was home taking care of her while I was a way earning a paycheck. I love the guys who choose to do German WW2 and gripe because they have to shave before an event…. Hi, Although the newsletters that I receive from you, relate directly to my child in regards to his behavior and traits, I have been told that my son does not have aspergers, although he has many of the outlined traits that I've read about in your newsletter.... Of course! 🙂 I reenact Katherine Rittenhouse of Germantown, PA of the late 18th century, a upper-middle class young woman. Yes. That’s why I’m so glad that the progressive movement is becoming bigger in the hobby. As dealers in primitives as well as early country antiques, it works for our business, but I feel so much better about what we are doing after reading this and all the comments. Though I think that women should be allowed in the ranks (just my personal opinion), I do think that they should make every effort to appear masculine. I am a living historian, and I do not hold any college degree. The hour he puts aside to do homework and studying every week was lost when the clocks "sprung forward" over the weekend. I was no new-b I had been a faithful member for 5 years at the time but the old founding officers did not like any change to just being a private in the artillery. Hmm, I’ve known some men who were too pretty to pass as Real Men…that’s a hard row to hoe, as well. It will portray the standard infantry “grunt” and a Lrrp group that a person would be proud to be a part of. So, I’m stuck. Maybe one day they’ll come up with a good way to fix my eyes, but so far, no dice. I have been doing Civil War reenacting for not quite 2 years. Totally agree. I’ve been reenacting on and off for several years, and have by far had the most fun when it was: Historical (not just fancy dress drinking), Non Misogynistic (I really hate sexism in reenacting) and what I wanted to be doing (for example I now reenact Spanish Civil War, which I am really interested in). Kelsey – I am so glad I found your blog. I am speaking directly to the ‘holier than thou’ self proclaimed ‘living historians’ who poo poo anything other than what they like to do as ‘cap busting’. I don’t mind if I can portray a regular civilian or something else. Also, taking excitement in a newbie as a threat to you or your organization and how things have “always been done.” Embrace that excitement, revel in it, pay someone to do my coursework uk and see what it does for your group! My dog got ahold of it and slobbered all over it. Yes. I think that it is an erroneous assumption that the public is only interested in watching a battle.

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I mean, lets face it, one small group being brigaded with a 10 other small groups that just manage to execute the drill is no more authentic than one larger group that could use some material culture improvements but at least is proficient at the drill. Subscribe For Us. Only The Good Stuff. If you’re still reenacting after 40 pick a unit or impression that would fit that age group. START thanking the event organisers, or offer to take on something on the day so that they can have some fun. What one of us knows, creative writing describing happiness we all have the means to know. No more military, thank you very much! I have to wear glasses, and I know that the chances of such things existing as they do now in my chosen era (Tudor England/France) is fairly slim to none. The only problems are I don’t know what I would need, where any re-enactments are that are nearby me, I don’t have much money (If I would need money), and I’m a girl. I think that units should point members to good research resources, but let the reenactor him/herself do their own research. As regards glasses, don’t overlook second-hand and antique stores. This has been driven home to me recently. No doubt there are serious minded re-enactors. Going as an unattached period woman may feel awkward, but that’s only because many male reenactors bring in a very modern mindset when it comes to unattached women – that they’re weird (which is complete BS). Camping events, indoor events, day events, week long events. The military groups seem to be populated by men who never got over playing soldier.

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You’d think otherwise with how it’s portrayed currently in the hobby. Your clothing should have an appropriate amount of wear, be that what it will, and should be correctly washed when you do so. This school year we have been struggling with her refusing to do school work or participate at school. I will agree- probably all the readers of this blog will agree- that those polyester Monty Python impersonators do far more harm than good; which is why they’re usually denigrated in our community as “Farbs” and singled out. Just because you wear the gold lace, scarlet sash and epaulette of a Lieutenant doesn’t mean the rest of us are going to be stepped on by you, just to make yourself feel important….nor are the rest of going to willingly assist you in your self-aggrandizement as you may expect us to do. Now, where I live we don’t do a whole lot of demos for the public, which I think does the group a disservice. I enjoy receiving your newsletters.


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