Staying in Ireland would have meant six months of people asking if we were excited, and having to tell them that our baby was never coming home.
Irish women have told their families and friends about pain and suffering previously considered a “private matter”.
“The sorts of masculine behaviour required for stalking, pursuing and killing wild animals are very different from the feminine virtues.”
Even at the time, we knew that the attack was deliberate and targeted. A year later, we know even more.
“By building him, I’m exploring my own desire.”
In Dublin, it is impossible to ignore the graphic and emotive posters plastered to every lamp post.
They are beta-male feminist heroes; while we’re big, sloppy, pitiful, embarrassing messes.
Imagining a future where our sex tech genuinely looks and feels like us.
Naturally, it frightens people to think of what a group of mothers might actually demand.
Google and Facebook will ban all foreign adverts targeting the vote, but we should be wary of patting Silicon Valley too hard on the back.
The shadow foreign secretary described the “Little Miss” title for female Mr Men characters as demeaning.