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EBOLA// SILLLY SEX// AN AWESOME AUTUMN.

from Mother's log, tween to teen,weirdnwonderfuldays

Chronicle of days of a woman in a second marriage with three teens, and matters philosophical and mundane arising.


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Healthy Relationships Education

from Anthropological Mum

Reflections on life by a part-time housewife, part-time academic and full-time mum.


Man vs Pink

How Darth Vader defends my daughter's right to be a girl

from Man vs Pink

Twitter: @ManVsPink

Feminism, fatherhood, and food - the musings of a stay at home dad of daughter


New Pencil Case

Ched Evans: A criminal who could once kick a ball.

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.


Frothy Dragon

#ibelieveher: Why Evans' supporters have no right to criticise Rape Crisis.

from Frothy Dragon And The Patriarchal Stone

Twitter: @FrothyDragon

Musings on feminism, women's rights and media.


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BMW i8

from Women in Wheels

An outlet for cool women who like cars, whilst at the same time making the odd dig at the "establishment" who marginalise women drivers.


Words about women

Reasons To Love And Hate London

from Holly Peacock

Twitter: @HollyAlexandraP

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


Working mum of three

Don't sweat the small stuff

from Working mum of three

Twitter: @RhiMumOf3

Working mum of three boys, trying to make it all run smoothly. Hopefully funny, sometimes sensible, certainly emotional.


Workjuggle

What is your career age?

from Workjuggle

Twitter: @workjuggle.com

Workjuggle is where I blog about the realities of juggling work and family life. It is also a place to share information about work.


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Let our voices be heard!

from Women for Refugee Women Blog

Twitter: @4refugeewomen

Read the stories of women from far and wide in this blog by Natasha Walter. Natasha's a journalist and campaigner who founded Women for Refugee Women to support women seeking asylum in the UK.