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Pay For The Fucking Meal - Guest Blog

I hope I never have to read one more fucking, megabyte-wasting idiot jumping up and down on the anti-feminist bandwagon spouting about how they believe in equality, and that feminism is elitist, and that feminists don’t care about women. 532 more words


Hoxton Mini Press

The March meeting was most interesting, in two parts.

To begin, Jacquie Campbell gave us an important insight into the work of Target Ovarian Cancer, as this is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. 202 more words

Womens Institute


Roedean Cafe


Simone de Beauvoir The Woman Destroyed originally published La Femme rompue (1967/1979)

Spaghetti alla siracusana

Sidney Lumet The Offence (1972)


Reflection on anomie

I wanted to reflect a little on yesterday’s experience at hospital and my feelings of estrangement and an army throughout the whole process of interacting with the staff there. 778 more words


The Right to Death

The topic of suicide receives a lot of attention, and for good reason; the cessation of one’s own life should not be taken lightly. Nevertheless, the morality of the action is still open for debate. 2,566 more words

The two painfully-simple habits of highly-successful writers

“What’s the key to being a productive writer?” is the kind of question a struggling novelist will ask themselves before even worrying about the quality of their work. 1,339 more words


"The Second Sex" - by Simone de Beauvoir

So, I encountered Simone de Beauvoir in an illustrated philosophy-guide book. There wasn’t much about her except her existentialist career. The thing that got my eye was that she was the life-long companion of Sartre. 2,650 more words

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