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Old Fashioned “Feminist” Advice Young Women Can Do Without

Last week I had the unfortunate accident of clicking into a dubiously titled article (“What Young Women Really Need to Know”) that might have reeked of clickbait had it not carried the semi-legit byline of Caitlin Moran
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Old Fashioned “Feminist” Advice Young Women Can Do Without

On Being an Average Female Athlete

At the start of every softball season I run into a little problem of motivation. This year is no different. Why
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On Being an Average Female Athlete

The Silence of the Lambs

With Harvey Weinstein’s sex assaults on writers, actresses, assistants, and models hitting headlines in the States it seems fitting that
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The Silence of the Lambs

The Las Vegas Shooting is Not the Most Compelling Argument for Strict Gun Regulation

The recent gun rampage in Las Vegas by a ‘sick and demented’ man typically brought up the polarizing issue of
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The Las Vegas Shooting is Not the Most Compelling Argument for Strict Gun Regulation

Murdering Feminine Hygiene. Part two: Tampons

  In part one of this topic I explained why I despise the phrase and the practice of feminine hygiene. In
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Murdering Feminine Hygiene. Part two: Tampons

Murdering Feminine Hygiene. Part One: Hormonal Birth Control

Margaret Sanger: mother of planned parenthood, dreamed of a birth control pill decades before it existed.She was prosecuted for instructing
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Murdering Feminine Hygiene. Part One: Hormonal Birth Control

Go Home Justice

“Charity begins at home and justice begins next door,” Charles Dickens wrote in his 1843 novel, Martin Chuzzlewit. On Tuesday, Trump
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Go Home Justice

The Wisdom of Untidiness: Less is More

When confronted with expressions like “clean house, clean mind”, when a new book like “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying
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The Wisdom of Untidiness: Less is More

 

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Apparently Google Can’t Afford to Get Pay Gap Data
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The Guardian reports that Google has argued that it will cost too much to provide salary records requested by the US Department of Labor, which has accused Google of discrimination against female employees. Poor excuse, given both the company’s annual income of $28bn and that their self professed mission to “organise the world’s information and make it ...
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