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By Orlando on May 8, 2013
From my friend Mel, an Aussie living in Philadelphia:
Adults who give children guns are as bad as adults who give children porn.
By Mindy on August 17, 2012
Silencing tactics are not cool.
By Mindy on June 9, 2012
Just when you think you have got it right, you find out how wrong you are.
By Mindy on April 19, 2012
What can and should we expect from a role model?
By Mindy on March 4, 2012
First year of school fun. Not.
By Mindy on November 26, 2011
By tigtog on June 28, 2011
So when you see our middle fingers up in all of our pictures, now you know the motivation. It’s all we can do to stop images of a newborn baby from being printed without our consent. Can you imagine a world where they would blur out our middle finger to protect a “consumer” over blurring out an innocent child to protect their integrity and privacy?
By Mindy on June 26, 2011
Why is some people choosing not to have children so confronting for other people?
By Mary on June 17, 2011
Survivors Mel Hughes and Kate Ravenscroft are creating a zine by survivors of sexual assault for survivors of sexual assault: We Will Not Go Quietly.
They’re looking for a huge range of submissions, preferably by 31 July 2011. For more information, see their website We Will Not Go Quietly.
Posted in arts & entertainment, gender & feminism, social justice, violence | Tagged activism/charity, call for submissions, disability, parenting, rape, sexual assault, sexual violence, zines | 3 Responses
By Mindy on June 16, 2011
Feel like you do it all? Well apparently you are to blame for that too…
By tigtog on April 19, 2011
Arwyn over at Raising Boychick wants you to share your experiences if you are living with disabilities and pursuing attachment parenting:
By Mindy on March 22, 2011
Going on from bluemilk’s post on Masculinity and the fear of losing it and Mena’s comment is allowing our girls to wear nail polish and dress up in pink enabling femininity? Are we giving our daughters the wrong message? From a personal perspective, I would say no because I allow both my son and daughter [...]