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Lessons in social awkwardness: ignoring people you know

from Ducktations

Musings on society and motherhood from the The Different Duck pond


Julie Bindel Statement on Withdrawing from Feminism In London

from Week Woman

Twitter: @CCriadoPerez

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


There's too much stuff

from Mummy Says

Twitter: @kiranchug

Mummy of two sharing milestones and meltdowns, and trying to keep the bigger picture in perspective

Abigail Rieley

It's in the trees…it's coming…

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.

wonk life balance

Why are we waiting?

from Wonk Life Balance

Twitter: @wonklifebalance

This is the blog of a policy analyst who likes to combine work and family life. Have a read of all things political and cultural and what they say about gender, families and social inequality.

New Pencil Case

Do You Love Me? The 9 year old's guide to teenage angst.

from New Pencil Case

Twitter: @louloudillon

Once a feisty young woman with strong opinions who was invariably right on most things. Now a mother of two and still all of those things, but with more guilt.


My body comes with a trigger warning – Self harm and stigma

from Mentally Interesting- Secret Life of a Manic Depressive

Blogging about bipolar, impending babydom, mental health and feminism.

Left at the Lights

Shout your abortion

from Left at the Lights

Twitter: @SamAmbreen

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


from Sophie Duffy

Twitter: @sophiestenduffy

I blog about my novels, writing, book reviews, teenagers, feminism, popular culture and anything that gets me going.


“I Knew That Shit Was Poison”: 13 People Describe What Paxil Did To Them As...

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.