Tag Archives: Feminism

Barbie: Be You (and other good morals)

When I was young, I had a Barbie in a red skirt-jacket ensemble. I called her Alison to differentiate her from her identical sisters. She would take the pink train with moving window scenery to various meetings all away across … Continue reading

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Women in Comics – Guestblogging at Verbal Remedy

In the run-up to the launch of Friday’s Feminist this Friday, I wrote a two-part series for Verbal Remedy, a social community project based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Both come with content warnings for sexual and physical violence. The first post was … Continue reading

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Special Announcement: Friday’s Feminist

This is not a long post, I just have an announcement to make! I have a new project in the works that I hope you’re all going to like. Starting 7th August, I will be operating on a new blog. … Continue reading

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#ToTheGirls

#ToTheGirls is trending on Twitter today, and I’m in love with it. They’re 140 character letters to young girls, or past selves, telling them things you wish you knew at their age. Some tweets are funny. Some tweets are heart-breaking. … Continue reading

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Update from Wonderland: April Edition

It’s Easter! A time of rebirth and chocolate! And an excuse to watch Rise of the Guardians, a movie which deserves a lot more credit and attention than it got. I don’t have many plans for the Easter break. It’s … Continue reading

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Zayn Leaves One Direction; What’s Wrong With Our Reactions

So One Direction is starting to split up, and I’m not that bothered. I like a few of their songs, but at the end of the day, One Direction is not for me. Ten years ago, they were exactly the … Continue reading

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Update from Wonderland: March Edition

I’m back! And it feels good. I don’t have any more guest blogging months planned for the foreseeable future, so I’m back to posting here. It’s good to be home. I’ve missed it. But I had a lot of fun … Continue reading

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Update from Wonderland: February Edition

This is a tale of love and loss; or the nearest of victories and the harshest of failure. Dear readers, I lost my USB bracelet the other week. It’s not the bracelet itself that I miss. It’s everything that was … Continue reading

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A Look at Smith’s Disaffiliation and belonging: Twitter and its agonistic publics

I was recently asked to talk about an article by one of the lecturers at my university. I was a little wary at first as I didn’t know how to begin, but it was about something I cannot live without: … Continue reading

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Top 10 Disney Idols (and what it all means)

These are as voted by the members of the University of Sunderland Feminist Society. And tied votes were broken by my sister, who ordered them accordingly. My comments are at the end. #10 – Elsa from Frozen (2 votes) She’s … Continue reading

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