I’ve finally worked it out. It’s a clever conspiracy to halt the exponential increase in the stupid population of the West! This is how it works: Use the media to create a generation of boys who gasp in horror at … Continue reading
I received an email from a friend a while ago saying: “Whoops. A student cried in my lecture today because the world is so unfair and we can’t change it. We were only doing the media representation of crime but … Continue reading
I haven’t been writing lately. I’ve been reading the Internet too much again and I’m not sure why, but for the last few months my brain has not been processing the data I’ve been inputting effectively enough to produce any … Continue reading
When I was a young girl – several thousand years ago – I was heart-clenchingly embarrassed by the newsagent top shelves and their smear of pouting, arching, private female flesh. I’d been taught that sex was a special, intimate thing … Continue reading
When I was studying for my degree I discovered that gender is a social construct made up by an oppressive society to keep women in the kitchen, men out of high heels and everyone spending all their money on hob … Continue reading
Son 2’s lovely 18 year old girlfriend just found herself a full-time job. This, of course, is great news when so many young people are genuinely struggling to get themselves onto the employment ladder. So I was evidently all-kinds-of-wrong when … Continue reading
Stories from Cornwall and the South West
Franco-Hibernian food blog
Brain food for the thinking teacher
humourless mummy, cuddly feminist
homecooked dishes for health and happiness
Work, parenting, regrettable actions and general muddling through
I used to think someone somewhere was in charge...
Who are you? I'm not sure I like you.
Research English At Durham
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A blog by Helen Saxby
A red sock in the white wash of cyberspace
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Yeah, yet another vegan food blog
The Many Faces of Cornwall
Not really a connoisseur of anything, except maybe plays on words.