Tag Archives: misogyny

The Heat

Feeling down? Depressed? Done in by the patriarchy, yet again? Go see The Heat with Mellissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock.  You’ll laugh your head off and come out feeling happier, energized and empowered.  Laughter is the best medicine – so … Continue reading

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Misogyny – Redefine?

I’m writing this because I can’t sleep. Earlier this evening, a friend of mine posted a video from Australia on her website, reporting that the Australian Prime Minister’s speech calling Tony Abbot a misogynist has ‘forced” Macquarie, Australia’s premier dictionary, … Continue reading

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