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Something rotten in the state of Rotherham

from belledujar

Outspoken, but never outread


rewind&reframe

YOUNG WOMEN RESPOND TO PM'S ANNOUNCEMENT TO PILOT THE AGE RATING OF ONLINE...

from Rewind&Reframe

Twitter: @RewindReframe

Speaking out about sexism and racism in music videos


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Reasons to buy Barefoot...

from Evie's Books

Twitter: @eviesbooks

Books for children that encourage them to be independent and ambitious and to be themselves


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Single Mom Confessions: when nursing and dating collide

from ourfeministplayschool

Exploring the places where politics, gentle parenting and feminism intersect.


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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.


Mummy's Daily Telegraph

“Tobias are you reading me, it's mummy - over. Tobias?...Tobias...?!”

from Mummy's Daily Telegraph

Twitter: @PhilippaMingins

This ex-reporter gives a mum's eye view on all things life, the news and being a mummy to two small children


Pretty Unexpected

Baby Diary Week 2

from Pretty Unexpected

Twitter: @prettyunexpectd

Pregnant for the first time, having found out at 20 weeks. Experience with babies: held one briefly about 10 years ago...


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Enough Mommy Time

from Smartly Momming

Twitter: @smartlymomming

I am a lawyer, writer, mother and wife. Oh, and I love a good adventure. This Wednesday, our family moves from NYC to the UK. Game on.


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Why Edith Pearlman is awesome

from Jenny Wren and Bella Wilfer

A bright, thoughtful blog about reading, writing, creativity and being a mum, with a dash of Manchester.


Expecting Together

Want to know why men don't use family services? Start with how you think about...

from Expecting Together

Twitter: @jeszemma

This blog follows Jeszemma and her partner through their first pregnancy together, looking specifically at the inequalities and polarisation of parents.