Tag Archives: Equality

Gender Equality

This will be post #2735 which I found hard to believe. I was playing around with the admin side one day and discovered how to go back to the beginning, so I have had many a happy half hour re-reading … Continue reading

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  I am Malala is one of those books which is potentially life-changing. Here is a young girl who stands confidently before politicians and world leaders, to express her belief that all children have the right to an education. In … Continue reading

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One thing I didn’t mention yesterday was that for the first time, there were women present in every single team in the Olympics, all 204 countries. It surprises me how special this feels, especially as I have been cynical about … Continue reading

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Still a woman today

This should almost be a Part II on being a woman – as the comments on yesterday’s post give much food for thought. Lydia, of writerquake, highlights a cartoon post by nakedpastor which made me laugh, but as you can … Continue reading

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A lifetime as a woman

A bit obvious you might think – A lifetime as a woman – of course that is what it is. I am not going to get into a discussion of transgender issues, don’t know enough about it. But I do … Continue reading

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Where are all the women?

It continues to be a fascinating time for British politics. Nick Clegg and David Cameron did a good job of their first double act press conference. Some of the commentators were parodying it as being like a civil partnership. It … Continue reading

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