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By Mindy on April 4, 2012
What one man’s refusal to listen when she asks to pay for her meal tells a woman on a first date.
By tigtog on November 20, 2011
…the courageous Merida confronts tradition, destiny and the fiercest of beasts.
By Jo Tamar on November 9, 2011
What proportion of tradies would you guess are women?
By blue milk on November 8, 2011
Image description: a photograph of some stenciled graffiti art on a rendered brick wall. It shows two identical baby faces side by side…
By Jo Tamar on September 28, 2011
The SMH is at it again.
By Jo Tamar on December 12, 2010
Looks like Selleys doesn’t want women to buy its products.
By Mary on February 25, 2010
In yesterday’s SMH Catherine Deveny asked Why do (don’t go there) most children(don’t go there) still end up with (don’t go there, don’t go there, don’t go there!) their father’s surname? She’s fairly clearly talking about a certain, already small and reportedly shrinking, milieu, that of heterosexual couples forming a nuclear family where the male [...]
By tigtog on November 1, 2009
zuzu sums up, because some people are still playing the “but isn’t feminism all about choice? Support my choice!” card
By Lauredhel on September 5, 2009
I’ve been poking trhough William Heberden’s Commentaries on The History and Cure of Diseases (1802). Chapter 62, Menstrua, includes the following: “The pains, which several women experience during some part of the menstrual flux, are safely mitigated with opium; and such persons should always have in readiness half a grain or a grain of opium, [...]