“Why” was Annie Lennox’ first single from her 1992 debut solo album Diva. Prior to her solo career, the Scottish singer formed Eurythmics with fellow musician David Stewart and garnered world-wide success. 17 more words
Women’s Day. Source: februarycalendars
This being a feminist website, I thought I’d best talk about the one day a year dedicated to celebrating women!
I usually don’t take much notice of it (which is perhaps ignorant, considering Annie Lennox’s wonderful and inspiring speech about the coming together of women of this day) as I write often about this subject, and I see everyday as a chance to inspire women; I see everyday as women’s day already. 222 more words
Happy International Women’s Day! So many great anthems for women released in the 80s to choose from, but I went with a kick-ass 1985 gem that called to me today and which united – for one time – a woman from Aberdeen, Scotland (Annie Lennox), a man from Sunderland, England (David A. 557 more words
Piers Morgan and Annie Lennox slam Kim Kardashian's 'feminist' topless selfies on Good Morning Britain
Piers Morgan and Annie Lennox have found common ground over the issue of whether Kim Kardashian should be posting topless selfies.
Today pop icon Annie appeared on Good Morning Britain with Helen Pankhurst, the granddaughter of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst, to discuss issues related to International Women’s Day. 547 more words
It is shocking to read some comments on social media about International Women’s Day, or about events such as #march4women.
Not only are most of these commenters displaying an ignorance about the issue they are putting down, preferring to jump onto the #feminazi bandwagon – but it is saddening to see that there are so many women amongst those commenting! 184 more words
This is so cool! Protesters took the streets of London for the March4Women event and you just have to see these powerful pictures! 361 more words
Celebrities including Emeli Sande, Bianca Jagger, Annie Lennox, and Melanie C led a sing-along on London’s Southbank on Sunday as part of a #march4women event, organised by the charity Care International. 418 more words