Monthly Archives: March 2011

What’s in a name…?

Ahh, weddings. We are now approaching the season, and as if it weren’t enough already for my serotonin levels that many of my friends have started getting hitched this year, there are now three sets of high profile nuptials this … Continue reading

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On Saturday, along with roughly half a million others, I joined the March for the Alternative. I walked with the women’s bloc for the very simple reason that I believe the proposed cuts disproportionately impact on women, and that the … Continue reading

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This article was first posted on LabourList on International Women’s Day, but I thought it could do with a second airing here: Let’s try a little group experiment. Take a recent film you’ve seen, and ask yourself three things – … Continue reading

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