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Motherhood mojo

from Taylorette Tales

Twenty-something mother trying to make sense of all things parenting.


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Are Women Really Equal to Men in 2016?

from Hold Nothing Back

Mum of Jake (5) who happens to have Down Syndrome and Joe (3). I am going to share our journey and some of the funny things that happen :)


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What can journalists learn from Sam Smith's Oscar acceptance speech?

from Critically Blonde

A focus on film, but a look at wider culture and social issues. Opinion pieces tend to have a feminist focus.


onesmallsherry

There But For Fortune

from A Blog by Abbie

Twitter: @onesmallsherry

A blog about life and stuff. Divorce, mental health, travel, kids and everything in between.


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My first, my last…my everything 

from Betty Peg and the Littlelegs

Just joined the blogging world as a mummy crafter, trying to juggle family life and building my handmade craft business :)


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8 things I've learned about my son starting Prep

from ourhayley

Writer, mother, feminist and survivor of PND. Putting the world to rights one post at a time.


the vacillating mother

More Write, Less Rum

from The Vacillating Mother

Twitter: @billoddyssey

A confessional style blog with all posts written by Willow Oddie. As the title suggests, motherhood entails a host of contradictory elements and the blog space is dedicated to fleshing-out some of...


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Make over in process – come back soon!

from A World Without Wetwipes

Two key things sum up my ethos a) it's all about survival (literally taking some days an hour at a time) and b) we are only human.


Junesola

No 73. Bigot me once, shame on you.  Bigot me twice, shame on me

from Junesola

100 things I have learnt since becoming a single parent (no 1. Not to accidentally include "anus" in your blog name)


Boy Woman

I agree, Germaine: there's more to womanhood than being a transgender man

from BoyWoman

Twitter: @boywoman2

I'm a heterosexual, sexually active older woman; I'm a feminist, childless, but have always wanted to be a mother, especially to boys.