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When Hamleys killed my ego

from Dr Laura Nelson

Twitter: @DrLauraNelson

Dr Laura Nelson is the online activist who persuaded Hamleys to take down their gendered signs. She has a doctorate in neuroscience and is now a speaker, a writer and campaigner on gender roles in...


Roasted Butternut Squash, Red Onion, Lentils and Feta Salad

from Mummy's Got a Job

Mummy with an office job doesn't want to give up on home cooking. Recipes and ramblings.


Oh Tabitha! Where did it all go wrong?

from The Shy Erotic Writer

Twitter: @tabithaflyte

Writer, Tabitha Flyte explores erotica in a post-Mr Grey world. Hints, reviews, navel gazing and beyond.

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More to read on divorce in the Progressive Era

from Who Does She Think She Is?

Twitter: @whodoesshethink

A mother digs into her family history to explore feminism.


Anchovies in my pants

from Kate Williams

Twitter: @katevwilliams

Less to her than meets the eye. Kate's a writer; docs director; and campaigns co-ordinator at Mumsnet.

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Here Again!

from Ariel Aural

This blogger's using her blog to rant and let off steam about the stuff that gets her goat - hopefully she'll save her relationships and Facebook friends that way.


Shades of Shit and superhype

from Life and Letterboxes

Read these fragments from the life of a Direct Marketing Operative aka a leaflet monkey, interspersed with current affairs, feminism, atheism and swearing.


In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I've...

from The First Rule of Fat Club

Twitter: @1stRuleFatClub

Reluctant weight-loser blogs about the perils and horrors of weekly Fat Club meetings.


from Sense of Entitlement

Twitter: @AliciaJDuffy

You put a newly political woman near the internet, and here's what happens. This is an informative, argumentative blog by a mother of two who is fiercely left-wing and struggling with mental illness.


from Ladyblahblahs

Twitter: @ladyblahblahs

Musings on feminism and parenting from a mother in London.