Lauredhel and I will both have much less time than usual to squeeze in our blogging while our respective kids are not at school for the next few weeks. Outings and trips have to happen, as do sleepovers and cinema… Read More ›
Month: June 2008
The full report can be found here (long). Just the recommendations are here (brief). I can’t think of anything in particular to add to Senator Bartlett’s summary, and totally agree that the best recommendation of the report is the one… Read More ›
A few things lately have got me thinking about two distinct strands of definitively “what-if?” speculative fiction which sometimes intertwine – the alternate history based narrative, and the utopian-dystopian narrative.
Via Gigglesugar, this Tampax ad.
There is a lot of discussion around the issue of marriage at the moment. Let’s get one SotBO said at the start: there should be no difference between same-sex and not-the-same-sex marriage or civil unions or registrations in any way… Read More ›
If you’ve written anything feminist in June, and you’re in Australia or New Zealand, you have three days left to submit your blog post to the next Down Under Feminists Carnival. It’s being hosted at In A Strange Land. Please… Read More ›