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The 12 Week Scan

from The Flickerings

Twitter: @theflickerings

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

Words about women

Career Advice I Would Give My 21-Year-Old Self

from Holly Peacock

Twitter: @HollyAlexandraP

Words about news, feminism, being 20 something and general creative writing

Voodoo Spice

The Voodoo Case Study Review - omega oil & fish oil supplements on psychosis...

from Voodoo Spice

Twitter: @aka_VoodooSpice

Rants and reviews on work, life, arts, culture, women's rights in the developing world, and writing.

Mothers Uncovered

Short Stories About Mothers

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

Ellie Mae O Hagan

On Cecil the lion

from Ellie Mae O'Hagan

Twitter: @MissEllieMae

General musings


A Deadline?

from Nearly Networked

A. 21st C woman ruminates on motherhood, feminism, technology, books, writing and culture

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.

We Mixed Our Drinks

Theological conferences and inclusivity: a conversation

from We Mixed Our Drinks

Twitter: @boudledidge

Blogging since 2008 about feminism, Christianity, the media, and politics - and since 2012, sometimes about motherhood too.


Who benefits from your suffering? Tory governance is only for the wealthy

from bottomfacedotcom

Twitter: @LuBottom

A blog about feminism and disability (plus any other subjects that grab her attention). Written satirically, with the occasional serious post when the occasion demands it.


Thinking positive: 5 good news stories that you might have forgotten!

from Feminist Mum

Twitter: @feministmumuk

As the daughter of feminists, I'm interested in how we, the next generation of mothers, are choosing to bring up our children.