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Still flickering along

from The Flickerings

Twitter: @theflickerings

A feminist talking about pregnancy, miscarriage, and trying again.


Donna Navarro

Seriously Awkward: Protect Older Teenagers

from Donna Navarro

Twitter: @lexiconlane

Donna Navarro: writer, campaigner and mum of two. Passionate about social justice, feminism and stopping violence against women.


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I'm going down the garden to eat worms

from The White Pariah

Twitter: @Iamhazlit

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


SophieDuffy

The one where George commits murder

from Sophie Duffy

Twitter: @sophiestenduffy

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


For Books' Sake

10 Reasons to Love: Joanne Harris

from For Books' Sake

Twitter: @forbookssake

The UK webzine and community dedicated to promoting and celebrating writing by women, with daily editorial (news, reviews, features and interviews), nationwide events programme, publishing projects...


Communicating with Kids

the real life of twins

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.


Mothers Uncovered

Keeping calm....

from Mothers Uncovered

Twitter: @mothersuncoverd

My group Mothers Uncovered helps women reconnect with their pre-mother selves. Mostly writing about how mothers are represented in the media


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What Would A Fiscal Policy For Women Be?

from Feminist Mama

Twitter: @ambitiousmamas

I blog about everyday sexism issues and political issues that affect Feminist mothers.


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Boobies and the body police

from Attachment Feminism

Attachment parenting from a feminist perspective.


thebellejar

On Dreams

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.