Tag Archives: Feminism

Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham’s Not That Kind of Girl made its way into my hands by loan from my cousin-in-law Hayley who assured me it was my kind of book.

In a world saturated by false idealised versions of reality thanks to social media, advertising, and ironically named “selfies” – which in my experience seem to depict anything other than an actual “self” – Dunham’s autobiography is blissfully refreshing. Her no frills honesty spoke Continue reading

What about International Men’s Day?

“What about International Men’s Day?”

This is a question I can remember being asked every International Women’s Day for at least the last five years, if not more. Well, what about it?

Firstly, it’s on November 19th. Secondly, just like International Women’s Day, it has it’s own website.

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