Glosswitch is a feminist mother of three who works in publishing.
The BBC, rightly, has links on its website to advice from organisations like Stonewall, Mind and Beat. So why did it refuse to link to abortion advice?
“You are special,” says the banana, “but nowhere near as special as the woman who wrote on me.”
While I don't want to be a compliant mother, I don't want to be a drunk one, either.
This week’s news is a blatant example of the way in which patriarchy distorts our understanding of what is in women’s best interests.
At last! A man has arrived!
Watch as a hapless mum runs herself ragged – cooking, shopping, wrapping, decorating, entertaining – while her ungrateful spouse and kids take it all for granted!
Atwood is the author, but with anti-Trump protesters donning red gowns, who actually owns The Handmaid’s Tale?
A hundred years after getting the vote, today’s woman can access not only Shout Out To My Pout lip pencils, but Perfect In Pink face gems.
Even among the barely appropriate German Romantics, Hoffmann was the bad fairy at the feast. But his Nussknacker und Mauskönig contained many surprises.
Those who took these women for granted are not being held responsible because they are not expected to prioritise love and care. Women are.