But… you don’t. You never see me anywhere. Where are the bisexual women? Where are the disabled women? I’m lucky enough to be a white woman, but apart from that Continue Reading →
Many of you will know by now that I volunteer at the Nelson Women’s Centre. We’re a drop-in safe space which offers social worker support, counselling services, and access to Continue Reading →
So, I saw this sarcastic tweet: “Funny how so many young girls have anxiety these days…” It implies that women in their teens and early twenties are exaggerating their feelings Continue Reading →
My friend Elle is writing about disability at The Affliction Fiction. She’s super eloquent, informed, and has extremely good things to say about stuff like systemic ableism. She also writes about Continue Reading →
The protests against ROK and misogyny last weekend were so fantastic. I want to know – how do we keep this conversation going?
Polly Gillepsie’s column about disabled parking spaces and toilets proves why she was called a moron by a man in wheelchair. What an unbelievably entitled and uninformed person.
Bear with me. Here’s some facts. Feminism isn’t mainstream. I might happily convince myself it is, in my lovely liberal left-leaning bubble. I might go days thinking that everyone understands and cares Continue Reading →