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12 Oct

There are some good magazines out there…  online though.

I bringing close to you two here. Some of you might be aware of them already.

On the one hand:


 “Where have all the interesting women gone? And what has happened to all the interesting magazines? Feminist Times is a PR, advertising and celebrity free magazine aimed at interesting women. Our 3D feminism will result in our members meeting regularly and together we will campaign. Who knows where it will take us? LIFE NOT LIFESTYLE”


And on the other hand :


“A literary cocktail of the polemic, the factual and the comical, it was rumoured that Femusings sprung out of a top-secret government initiative, funded by the G20. The project was, in reality, spawned as the love-child of two university chums and launched at the end of July, 2013.

We’re seeking politically-minded sexpots for intellectual tickling and cerebral stimulation. Must have G.S.O.H, strong stomach, and an insatiable curiosity. In return, we’ll give you steamy nights of intellectual passion, hearty meals of gender-equality sustenance and some pork scratchings on the side.



I hope you enjoy them!


Seeing The Feminist Light: An Ex-MRA Tells His Story | Week Woman

6 Mar

Someone made to me a comment about MRA.

As I never heard anything about it before, I researched it a little…

Pussy Riot Global Day




Anyhow I manage to came out with an article that has something good about it..

It is quite long and dramatic but , at the same time,  very inspiring.

It goes something like this:

” I’m a man, in his late twenties  who is proud to call himself a feminist. I am fairly new to being a feminist, still have a lot to learn, still make mistakes – for which I am grateful for correction. I eventually want to play a much more active role in feminism.

But I haven’t always been that way – quite the reverse. And this piece goes into how I was opposed to feminism, why and where it came from, and what so dramatically changed those views. I am not a writer, but I am writing this for two reasons: first, because I was kindly asked to, and second, and more selfishly, because I could do with venting it out in a process of self-help and understanding. ”

The rest of the article can be found and read it following the link bellow

Seeing The Feminist Light: An Ex-MRA Tells His Story | Week Woman.

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