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Feminism

 


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Thank You.

from The Not So Quiet Feminist

Twitter: @Hannah_MCurits

I blog about feminism, activism, mental health and politics.


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Golden Standard

from The Bittersweet Manifesto

Twitter: @ladyblahblahs

The Bittersweet Manifesto is a place for everything she likes: ranting, chatting and the occasional pretty thing.


expand your thinking

Fall and flexibility

from Expand Your Thinking

Twitter: @GillianFlegg

A blog by a personal coach who wants to motivate women to think, dream and plan.


nonsuch

A week in the porn debate: a numbered list of rage

from Nonsuch

Twitter: @rowandavies

'A winning combination of sanctimony, poorly disguised bad temper and jokes. On the plus side, this blog gets held up by most content control filters because of the smut.


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We need to put Sex and Relationship Education on the National Curriculum – for...

from One Billion Rising in Britain

Twitter: @obruk_1

Campaign to end violence against women and girls in Britain and across the world.


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I can do hard things

from on the run from the academe

Twitter: @linzi_carlin

How to put off writing a PhD thesis by having a baby.


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Who, her? What I would like to see for the twelfth Doctor.

from Gavel! Discuss...

Twitter: @gaveldiscuss

A joint blog where my friend and I use our posts to present a case and an opinion (gavel) with an invite to challenge and debate with us (discuss).


For the girl

The Fake Break

from For the girl

Twitter: @MsZoeArmstrong

Writer Zoe blogs about the terrors and triumphs (and, frankly, the entertainment value) of raising a toddler by oneself.


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OK Parenting, OK?

from Adventures in Boogieville

Twitter: @MistressBoogie

This blog's all about feminism and motherhood, with a bit of politics thrown in for good measure. If injustice makes you angry, read on.


Entertaining Izzy

Happy Birthday Izzy!

from Entertaining Izzy

Twitter: @entertainizzy

Making the most of life with my toddler; finding a balance between mummy-me & grown up-me!