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Feminist Linguistics; On Powerful, Strong Women

from Renegade Feminist

An anti-neoliberal maternal feminist musing on parenting, politics and the philosophy of life.


Karen Ingala Smith

Statement from Pauline Tio (Mother & Next of Kin) on Georgina Kathleen Drinkwa...

from Karen Ingala Smith

Twitter: @K_IngalaSmith

Feminism, male violence against women and children, infertility.


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To my husband on our 20th wedding anniversary

from the Hope diaries

Twitter: @Caiobhe

I want to connect with others who are working out the intersections of life and faith, and justice and broken washing machines and children.


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We should reform education, not abolish it.

from Renegade Feminist

An anti-neoliberal maternal feminist musing on parenting, politics and the philosophy of life.


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Introducing DAS

from Recognise The Spin

Writing on Feminism, UK Politics and social issues.


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How Was The Party?: A Year Living With Alzheimer's – Writer Laura Bridgeman...

from Ruth Jacobs - Writer and Campaigner

Twitter: @RuthFJacobs

Author and human rights campaigner, Ruth Jacobs, interviews writers, musicians, artists and filmmakers as well as fellow human rights activists, advocates and survivors of sexual exploitation and...


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Why SevenCanaries

from SevenCanaries

Committed to creating non toxic, safe and healthy environments without compromising on function and design for mums and kids.


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Women Human Rights Defenders – Unsung Heroes

from Liz Fisher-Frank. Writer and Lawyer

Twitter: @lizfisherfrank

A children's rights/family lawyer and author of teen thrillers, I write about law, rights and fiction.


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Social influencers are paid by charities to raise awareness? So. What.

from Raising Bears

Raising Bears is a family lifestyle blog written by Emma Cantrell: charity founder, lover of naps and prosecco fanatic.


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The world needs young nature geeks

from Running Wild

Sharing a passion for nature and wild, free-range children, with a pragmatic approach to being a green family.