They Shall Not Pass
A review of the showing of Nae Parasan in Hastings, and the debates that followed
Many Happy Returns to the Women of Eastbourne CLP
Eastbourne Labour Party women celebrate their Women’s Forum’s first birthday
What I learned from the cat
I’m not a cat person or a dog person. I like animals in general, but what happens to them when they’re around people, when they are “pets”?
RECLAIMING LESBIAN – Guest post by Paula Boulton
In 1988 I came out as a Lesbian at a time when Clause 28 had just been brought in…
Sexuality and Synchronicity in Salop
Having spent over a year thrashing around in the gender wars and a weekend of glorious feminist goings on at Filia 2018, I suppose it’s not surprising that Human Aggression grabbed my eye on a book stall when I finally got myself off on holiday but Storr’s book did present me with A Big Surprise.
It could have been me
One woman’s story: it’s been a year since Maria McLachlan was attacked. This guest post by Paula Boulton is an example of the journey many of us have been on in the last 12 months.
Right of reply
My right of reply regarding some slanderous and abusive Facebook goings on
On achieving unity in the midst of battle
Like many women recently, I’ve just seen my life implode. This, surprisingly perhaps, is a good thing.
Neoliberalism v People?
It was a “public consultation” apparently – or was it a “community forum”? Anyway, it was being run by a couple of people from Post Office Ltd, who didn’t take very kindly to a community leader suggesting that if it was a community forum, the attendees, being locals, were in charge of it.
Why guns won’t save Amber Rudd
Donnachadh McCarthy has been arrested numerous times. Why? He was never a violent man, never a criminal of any kind. He was a classical ballet dancer until a few seconds before someone said “you were supposed to catch him just then.”