Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Body Like Britney’s

  Britney Spears was one of the women I compared myself to when I was in my awkward phase. In retrospect, I would say my awkward phase started when I turned 12, and I began to gradually grow out of … Continue reading

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Captain Obvious Investigates: Abortion Rates and Contraception

Jezebel has hit the mark again with this light-hearted article on a serious topic: ‘Abortion Capital of the World’ Curiously Less Abort-y After Women Go on the Pill. The Georgian abortion rates cited in the above article are staggering: an … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Avoiding Jail When You’re Pregnant

10 Tips for Avoiding Jail When You’re Pregnant | Fem2pt0. I stumbled on this shocking satire and was even more shocked to realise it wasn’t as satirical as I first assumed. The tips are based on real life incidents and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Meninism:
Rebecca Allen “Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.” This is the definition of feminism, according to the motto of women’s rights journal The Revolution, founded in the mid-19th century by American…

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Photo credit: BeautyRedefined.net This week, I tweeted a link to The Photoshop Hall of Shame which caused some interesting discussion amongst my peer group about how important it is that people know images are retouched, how our minds can process them…

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