Category Archives: Feminism

Anna Karenina, or the Wicked Woman

I went to see Anna Karenina in the Abbey Theatre last night. As I expected, it was a stunning play. The scenes were lighting swift, the snow was copious, the actors were beautiful. And every male character in it was … Continue reading

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Dating advice for adults in the real world

Hi Auntie Eileen, I’m a guy who is a bit shy and socially awkward. I want to meet women for casual, friends-with-benefits type relationships. No commitments or expectations. I don’t want to lead anyone on, but I want to practice … Continue reading

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How to move school and make friends

How to move school and make friends Moving school can be one of the most traumatic events in a teenage girl’s life. It can mean losing lots of friends, being the outsider, the uncool kid. Or it can be an … Continue reading

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The easy way to equality

How do we get greater equality for women in the workplace? Simple. Give men paternity leave. The wealth gap between women and men is not as simple as different pay scales (though I’m old enough to remember the ad in … Continue reading

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