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Nimati Emam - Mind Release

Palestine and Israel - Is It Really a "Too Complicated" "Conflict"?

from Nimati Emam - Mind Release

Twitter: @nimatiemam

I write about women, social matters and different observations from the Middle East.


Frothy Dragon

Refuges at Crisis Point; And It's All About The Men…

from Frothy Dragon And The Patriarchal Stone

Twitter: @FrothyDragon

Musings on feminism, women's rights and media.


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The never-ending repetition of history

from Writer's cramp

Twitter: @barbaraspencerO

Children's author Barbara Spencer blogs


Emsyblog

Your space is not my space.

from EmsyBlog

Twitter: @elphiemcdork

Loony lefty feminist talks about everything that falls out her brain.


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Making policy in the elephant house

from Sole Trader PR

Twitter: @soletraderpr

A freelancer's view of the PR industry - with some detours for feminism, politics, middle age and bicycle rickshaws.


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Trip Advisor Thinks Sexism isn't ‘Relevant'. Tell that to Female Travellers.

from You Speak Because You Can

A collection of my writings, mostly about feminism, with a sprinkling of left-wing Tory hatred.


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The Woman Called 258

from Women for Refugee Women Blog

Twitter: @4refugeewomen

Read the stories of women from far and wide in this blog by Natasha Walter. Natasha's a journalist and campaigner who founded Women for Refugee Women to support women seeking asylum in the UK.


The Honeyball Buzz

Letter to the editor: why do men write in more than women?

from The Honeyball Buzz

Twitter: @maryhoneyball

The blog of Mary Honeyball, Labour MEP for London and European spokesperson on Women and the Education and Culture Committee.


discursiveofTW

Guest post: But they look like you and me!

from Discursive of Tunbridge Wells

Twitter: @CCCUAppPsy

Engaging the public in thoughtful consideration of issues related to mental health, psychological distress, and health care and current affairs. We use ideas from psychology to help understand these...


mum maid in yorkshire

A Birthday Card!

from Maid in Yorkshire

Twitter: @maidinyorkshire

This mum blogs so she can write about her children without having to embarrass them in national newspapers. That, and to chat about the debates of the day and lifestyle issues.