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From the blog Welcome to the guest blogger for September!

Hello! Thanks to Abigael Watson and Mag the Blag for their August guest blogging! It gives me great pleasure to introduce September's guest blogger, G*.

By Chella Quint
1 September 2014

From the magazine A choice not that obvious

Sophie Mayer hails Gillian Robespierre's Obvious Child for depicting abortion as a reasonable choice for those who have it

By Sophie Mayer
29 August 2014

From the magazine More reviews from EdFringe

We finish our reviews from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 with a handful more on plays about body image, poverty and sex work

By Shoshana Davidson
27 August 2014

From The Magazine

All at sea

Sophie Mayer is swept away by Drift, Caroline Bergvall's latest poetry collection

By Sophie Mayer
26 August 2014

A pinch of SALT

M. Lý-Eliot interviews the editors of feminist art zine SALT, finding out their backgrounds, interests and aspirations for their project

By M. Lý-Eliot
21 August 2014

Have your food for thought with SALT

M. Lý-Eliot is delighted by SALT's issue with an anti-work theme, finding much to think about in its pages

By M. Lý-Eliot
16 August 2014

From The Blog

Addressing the root cause of Rotherham

When crimes are committed that are based in patriarchy, it's the system and culture that needs to be addressed, writes guest blogger Mag the Blag

By Mag the Blag
31 August 2014

August 2014 playlist

August 2014 playlist, for your listening pleasure.

By J Whitehead
31 August 2014

Politics and personal autonomy

Political parties know that not enough women are standing in political positions. Mag the Blag wants them to ask: why not?

By Mag the Blag
27 August 2014

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