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Left at the Lights

No, you're the racist

from Left at the Lights

Twitter: @SamAmbreen

This blogger's ranting about society, politics and women's rights.


WeekWoman

Becoming a Woman: Trans Women and Male Violence

from Week Woman

Twitter: @CCriadoPerez

A Pox on the Patriarchy - for feminist women and men everywhere who enjoy feminism, satire and intelligent debate.


Fit For Parenting

The Perfect body

from Fit For Parenting

Twitter: @seobelle

Trying to get fit and healthy and learn how to be a fit mother to 2 children boy and a girl, lots of opinions not all pc, lots of wines


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Narnia

from How'd You Like Them Apples?

Homemade jam is a great gift to take when visiting friends and hopefully my blog recipes will make you want to have a go too.


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F*ck off Facebook

from It's Not That Simple.

Twitter: @yasnecati

A nerdy teenager with a slightly extreme ThunderCats obsession tackles sexism and other random stuff!


Abigail Rieley

Those twitching net curtains again

from Abigail Rieley

Twitter: @abigailrieley

Writer and rather bolshy feminist living in Dublin. If I'm not talking women's issues or the courts I've been known to write on 70s scifi.


thebellejar

Jonathan Chait's “Not A Very P.C. Thing To Say” In a Nutshell

from The Belle Jar

Twitter: @anne_theriault

The Belle Jar would have been the name of Anne's all-girl punk band, had she ever been cool enough to have one. Instead, it's a blog about books, motherhood, feminism and mental health.


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Why knighting Prince Philip may encourage Australia to embrace Republicanism

from ourhayley

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


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Conversations with my brain

from The White Pariah

Twitter: @Iamhazlit

I blog about mental health, borderline personality disorder, addiction, bullying and motherhood.


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Children's book review: illustrations by Alison Jay

from From a Whisper to a Roar

I am a wife and proud Mummy of Baby B. In my blog I tackle faith, motherhood, and the tough bits of being a woman. Also books. And food!