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On the Violent Punishment of Our Children

We have a child in our home who sometimes becomes insolent and uncooperative. When we first blended our families I was one of those parents who thought (mistakenly) that our child needed more punishment. 887 more words


When Men Who Promise Good, Actually Do Evil

My stomach churns watching the news and my Facebook feeds right now. Watching a young, precocious, African-American woman being violently thrown to the ground by a white, male police officer makes me feel all the worst feels. 1,158 more words


The Boob Tube: The Diary of a Teenage Girl

Obviously this is my new favourite segment, and I promise that very soon I will write about something other than television and film!

You know those movies you have been dying to see but cannot seem to find  showing anywhere? 1,165 more words

The Boob Tube: Jurassic World

I think that I am driving my partner crazy, when we watch a film in the cinema I am quiet as a mouse, taking in both the story and the emotion of the experience. 1,355 more words

Viola Davis, Getting the Praise and Recognition She Deserves

Viola Davis, the first black woman to win an Emmy for Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series, receives a standing ovation after her acceptance speech on Sept 20 at the 67th prime time Emmy Awards.   85 more words

Women In The Media

The Boob Tube: Betty Draper Francis

Welcome to The Boob Tube, an ongoing series here at Wild Lorelei’s where we celebrate and discuss fictional women and allies gracing our screens.

I am a big fan of AMC’s Mad Men, a show that is sometimes seemingly about nothing yet somehow still makes me feel  1,918 more words

A Girl and A Gun: what is it about femme fatales?

“All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun” – Jean-Luc Goddard

Louise Orwin’s A Girl and A Gun is headlining Camden People’s Theatre’s third annual festival of feminism, … 814 more words