Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Trouble With Women…

Despite the fact I work in the media, I’m never entirely sure who reads The Sunday Times Style section. I’m assuming it’s the same people who are defiantly spending their way out of the recession to save the nation from … Continue reading

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Word Clouds and Women

I just wanted to extend my previous piece a little, if I may, with some thoughts on women referencing their gender as their biggest feminist concern, and whether or not this is a symptom or a cause of the absence … Continue reading

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Let’s hear it from the boys

The recent news that the Fawcett Society has filed papers with the High Court seeking a Judicial Review of the government’s recent emergency budget has buoyed the hearts of families all over the country. Families who sat down with their … Continue reading

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