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Marytuda

The Politics of After-School Lego

from Skipped A Generation

An accidental first time mum in her fifties reflects on all things maternal from the position of a perpetual outsider in a prolonged state of shock. An urban odyssey through parenthood plus, from one...


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2v 3kk ja matka jatkuu…! | I'm back! And cute little lady is over 2 years alrea...

from Sateenkaariperheeksi - 2 Moms & baby

Rainbow family of 2 moms and a baby. Our daughter was born on July 23rd 2013. We live in Finland and blog in Finnish & in English!


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BBC 5Live and the university green paper: the new university supermarket system

from Jasmine Andersson

Twitter: @the__chez

A northerner with a penchant for feminism, potatoes and Jeremy Corbyn


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Slapstick and belly laughs

from Mannoirs

Thoughts, rants and general observations on surviving life as mother, wife, business-owner and mongrel walker.


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Saving Soho

from Her Edit

Her Edit is an online women's magazine published every 2 months. We welcome comments on our website, pitches for articles or comment pieces.


Communicating with Kids

Communicating with Kids

from Communicating with Kids

Twitter: @cwknews

About day-to-day talking and listening to children, with a bit of useful research and neuroscience thrown in.


cath elliott

The Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize

from Too Much To Say For Myself

Twitter: @CathElliott

A blog by a freelance writer, unapologetic feminist and trade union activist. Cath writes mainly about UK politics and feminism, and the 'crime'/challenges of blogging as a feminist.


Hello Wall

Celebrities looking awful

from Hello Wall...

Twitter: @_sarahmiles_

Triple blogger, wannabe poet, bit of a lush. I blog to retain a shred of sanity cos they don't sell it in Waitrose...yet.


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Momentum (2015)

from Sophie's Face

Fearless and fresh, Sophie's Face addresses and challenges current issues facing modern women. Edgy and unique, not for the faint hearted.


What Can I Do About It?

Blogging is passé. Even cats have blogs now. And theirs are more popular than...

from What Can I Do About It?

Twitter: @cockburn_john

The blog is about responding constructively to bad things through research, writing, sharing, donating and mobilising. "Bad things" being everything from gender and social inequality to media bias.