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Monthly Archives: September 2012
This is really not what Brave’s Princess Merida is about. I reviewed Pixar’s Brave for a feminist website recently and mentioned some dreadful merchandise I’d seen in the Disney store. Then this morning I saw this comic. I expect it from some … Continue reading
I remember Hillsborough. We had the telly on in our front room, couldn’t believe what we were seeing. I come from a family of mixed Liverpool and Everton supporters, though thankfully none of us had gone to the match that … Continue reading
Out – Natsuo Kirino – Book Review Out is a literary crime novel by Natsuo Kirino. It was first published in Japan in the late nineties and the English translation by Stephen Snyder came out in 2003. I found my copy … Continue reading
Brave just enough
Looking for a money box for a child recently I stumbled upon these hideous examples in the local market. Just another example of the constant drip drip drip of gender stereotyping on the brains of our children. Active noisy tractors … Continue reading
The current series of Celebrity Big Brother has made good viewing so far, although it is, as always, riddled with sexism. Regular viewers will know that female housemates tend to be the shows most hated figures and this year Jasmine Lennard, Danica … Continue reading