Hello My Lovelies ! Sorry I have been off the grid for a few days. I've been super busy writing articles for other blogs and publications that I kind of neglected my own. Don't worry, I have lots of posts scheduled for this week to make up for my absence. I'm happy to … Continue reading And The Winner is… (and other announcements)
Every little girl has been there. You come home crying to your parents after a long day of being a six-year-old, to tell them that a boy in your class is picking on you. You’re distraught, he pulls your hair and calls you names in front of the other boys. You come to your parents … Continue reading Stop Teaching Girls That Abuse is Okay.
Hi guys! To celebrate the early success of my blog, I have decided to give away a little pressie to say thank you ! I put together a little bundle of gifts specifically for my feminist readers as I wanted to do something a bit different. The prize includes: Hot pink 'We Should … Continue reading ♡ FEMINIST GOODIES GIVEAWAY ♡ – Closed.
As many of you might have heard, Tesco has recently become the first UK supermarket to decide to cover the cost of the ‘Tampon Tax’ for all of their customers. For those of you who don’t know, the ‘Tampon Tax’ refers to the VAT that is put on sanitary products, around the world, as in … Continue reading The Cost of Having a Uterus.
Take a look at these two t-shirts. The same color, the same fit, same neckline, from the same store (River Island.) Obviously, one is made for a female’s body and the other is for a male but apart from that, can you see any difference between the two? No, of course you … Continue reading The Pink Tax – Something Every Girl Should Know About.
When I say 'Famous Female Activists', who comes to mind? Rosa Parks? Maud Wood Park? Eleanor Roosevelt? Amazing women, each of them, that changed history. But in fifty years, who will our great grandchildren look back on in admiration? What women are making history today? Well look no further darlings, Susan has you covered … Continue reading 5 Modern Female Activists You Should Know
I have always questioned my sexual identity. I remember being in primary school, ten years old and feeling awkward over having crushes on girls. I always thought that there must be something wrong with me and that I must be some sort of pervert. Coming into my teen years I continued having feelings … Continue reading My Experience with Sexuality and why the Patriarchy is (partly) to blame for Bi Erasure.