Being a woman, a feminist one even (& broader gender stuffs)
Being a mother is not the most important job in the world. There, I said it. Nor is it the toughest job, despite what the 92% of people polled in Parents Magazine reckon. For any woman who uses that line, consider this: if this is meant to exalt motherhood, then why is the line always used to sell toilet cleaner? And if being a mother is that important, why aren’t all the highly paid men with stellar careers not devoting their lives to raising children? Sorry, but being a mother is not the most important job in the world | Catherine Deveney | Comment is free
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Women: want to become a writer, artist or academic? Don't bother | Life and style Leo Tolstoy: what David Gilmour calls a 'real guy-guy'. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images It's been a bad week for sexism. It is testament to the sheer heady heights to which sexism has soared this week that the decision by Amazon and eBay to sell T-shirts with slogans such as "Sometimes No Means Yes" and "The Rapist" under the helpful description "Funny – Retro – Rude" hasn't even made it into this article.
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Mullerkids.co.uk: Nutritional Info We all know dairy is an important part of healthy balanced diet for kids, but here at Müller we also know it is not always easy to get them to eat the right things. That's why we have created these yogurts that combine natural dairy goodness (20% of the Calcium RDA in each pot) with a tasty treat. On this website you'll find games and even a page for your children to vote for new flavours, but also you'll find answers to questions you might like to ask us. Are Kids Corner yogurts good for my child? Kids Corner yogurt contains 20% of the recommended daily allowance for Calcium in each pot. Calcium is needed for the growth and development of healthy bones in children.
Mentoring teenage girls: 'Watching them develop in confidence is amazing' | Education Educated in a run-down part of Portsmouth, Becca Dean thought little would surprise her about teaching at an inner-city girls' school. But taking a group of pupils from north London into the capital by Tube proved to be an eye-opener. "These were 15-year-olds and they were going 'Miss, I'm scared. Can I hold your hand?' I've never been to London. All I know is our our end [north of the city]."
The Obama Administration is about to spend $684 million on a public relations and enrollment campaign to convince young, uninsured Americans to buy government-approved ObamaCare plans. In order to be successful, they need to convince young men in particular to enroll, but ObamaCare requires insurers to charge men the same for their premiums as women in 2014. This attempt at fairness is anything but. If fairness were really the guiding principle it would be quite simple: Women would pay more for health insurance because women consume more health care. Women Should Pay More for Health Care
Why I am asking Boris Johnson to marry me | Van Badham | Comment is free It was certainly my belief for most of my adult life that I had received a world-class education by virtue of attending university. Over the course of my time studying at three universities and teaching at three more, that has often seemed, indeed, to be the point of the exercise. My mother in particular was very supportive of my education. A working-class woman she had been denied one, though not through lack of brains, as anyone foolish enough to pick an argument with her rosy-cheeked, now septuagenarian self could attest, at least onwards from the moment when their ego stops haemorrhaging. No, my mother came of matriculation age at a time when university was not free or accessible. While there where scholarships, the expense of university attendance even with a bursary was too much of a burden for Australian working families like my mum's.
What happened when I started a feminist society at school | Education Altrincham feminists state their case. Photograph: Jinan Younis for the Guardian I am 17 years old and I am a feminist. I believe in gender equality , and am under no illusion about how far we are from achieving it.
The sexual politics of sexual conflict Posted on behalf of Jo Marchant. The emerging field of “sexual conflict” covers everything from hermaphrodite snails that digest each other’s sperm to female spiders that cannabilise their mates. So researchers in this area should have a pretty enlightened view of the sexes, right?
The Dirty Talk Of The Town: Profanity At "The New Yorker" asshole First used: 1994 , Rebecca Johnson, “Making the Fur Fight Fly” On the main floor, before leaving the store, he surreptitiously approached a woman in a full-length fur and pressed an “I’m an asshole.
Ghana cracks down on gays By Andrew M Potts on July 21, 2011 Ghana’s Western Region Minister, Paul Evans Aidoo MP has ordered the immediate arrest of all homosexuals in the country’s west. Aidooo has tasked Ghana’s Bureau of National Investigations and security forces to round up the country’s gay population and has called on landlords and tenants to inform on people they suspect of being homosexuals.
Married Lesbian Couple Rescued 40 Teens from Norway Massacre - Band of Thebes If, as I insisted, you'd read Tove Jansson's elliptical, elegant Fair Play or her marvelous The Summer Book , you could perfectly envision the Norwegian island chain where married lesbians Hege Dalen and Toril Hansen [adidas] were eating at their campsite when they heard shots and screams across the water.
Benetton Unhate Campaign: World Leaders 'Kiss' In New Clothing Adverts President Obama snogging Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez? Unlikely. Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu smooching with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas?
Jonathan Williams and James Bull were ejected from the John Snow pub in London apparently for kissing in public. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian At what point does public intimacy tip over from a touching display of innocent romance into offensive vulgarity? Gay couple claim they were ejected from Soho pub for kissing | World news
House Votes to Allow ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repeal The provision would allow military commanders to repeal the ban. The repeal would permit gay men and lesbians to serve openly in the military for the first time.
On an autumn evening last October, a slight, pretty woman with a mass of curly hair fell underneath a tube train during rush hour at King's Cross underground station. David Burgess: the extraordinary life and death of a human rights lawyer | UK news | The Observer
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Anti-abortion charities should help struggling mothers-to-be | Lisa Hallgarten | Comment is free
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