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Donna Navarro

Plan Talks: Imelda Staunton

from Donna Navarro

Twitter: @lexiconlane

Donna Navarro: writer, campaigner and mum of two. Passionate about social justice, feminism and stopping violence against women.

We Mixed Our Drinks

The basic bitch: a lifelong struggle with relating to Generic Womanhood

from We Mixed Our Drinks

Twitter: @boudledidge

Blogging since 2008 about feminism, Christianity, the media, and politics - and since 2012, sometimes about motherhood too.


Save the Spotted Cow's Head

from Lucy Lines

Twitter: @sparkeyluce

A Mum keen on her family and wider societal issues


An Evening with Il Divo...or How Can Four Blokes (and one small woman) Make So...

from The River Cottage Diaries

This mum of two teenagers writes about everything from parents to politics - hopefully with a healthy dose of humour.


“Shall I leave my wife and daughter for my girlfriend?” Proper Advice from a...

from Anna Blundy

Twitter: @annablundy

Anna is currently a columnist for The Economist online and formerly Moscow correspondent for The Times. She is a prolific novelist, author of the Faith Zanetti quintet, The Oligarch's Wife and a...


Ryan Murphy- Ableism on the Fence

from bottomfacedotcom

Twitter: @LuBottom

A blog about feminism and disability (plus any other subjects that grab her attention). Written satirically, with the occasional serious post when the occasion demands it.

chronicles of chloe greene

The reading habit: my favourite books as a child

from Chronicles of Chloe Greene

Twitter: @ChloeGreene21

A blog by a single mother, football fan and dream chaser with flat feet. She writes about trying to survive the 1980s, so dip in for a blast from the past.


Background briefing for climate teachers: false prophets and false prophecies...

from Climate Lessons

The focus is on drawing attention to and refuting frightening and misleading materials about climate aimed at school children.


There was an old lady…

from Bristol Betty

The semi-coherent thoughts of yet another Guardian-reading middle-class mother.


ALBUM REVIEW: Primus – Primus and the Chocolate Factory

from Elizabeththethird

Twitter: @elizabethethird

Thoughts on the politics of the media and the workings of society.