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Rachel Weiss Mar 11
Restraining my inner pedant from saying "No, it's a vulva".
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Cinders Mar 12
Hi I’d like an apology for the fact I had a man standing at your stall talk AT me about my period flow and call me a ‘menstruater’. I’m a woman, not a ‘menstruater’. Made me feel so uncomfortable and was hugely offensive
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Rebecca Mar 10
At this morning, "Women in Grenfell". "Grenfell was preventable. Why was the building allowed to be wrapped in a flammable blanket? Because it was social housing. My union will not rest until we get justice for the 72 victims." Lucy Masoud, firefighter, investigator.
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Georgia Dodsworth Mar 11
Speaking in front of 300 people at about my Self-Care Festival idea and how it can help break down the stigma attached to mental health
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Ruth Ibegbuna Mar 10
So today our (very shy) Eleanor, age 13 from Port Talbot decided to speak in public, for the first time. Onstage at And she was perfect - powerful & passionate.
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WOW Festival Bradford Mar 12
Our WOWzers and meeting the Reclaim girls from Port Talbot at this weekend's ❤️
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MDJ Mar 11
300 women consisting of choir singers, conductors and orchestra coming together on one stage for ’s Mirth Control Arts over Tits. Incredible!
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Anna Roguski Mar 11
And so ends ! It has been *such* an amazing weekend and the stall has been *so* much fun to woman - thank you to this dream team + others who made it so bloody fantastic ❤️❤️❤️
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TweetsBySimone Mar 11
“Abortion exists. It is either legal or illegal. What you have to ask is - Which do you want?” Dilys Cossey.
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Carmen Rose Mar 10
Ethnicity was AN issue in Rochdale, but it was not THE issue. The issue was & is the vulnerability and value of girls. & brilliant at
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Hannah Cox Mar 11
Final gems from the Under 10s Feminist Corner at : 'Just because you're a boy or girl doesn't mean you're bad at something' 'Stop being judgemental' 'I played basketball and the boys wouldn't pass to me... until i tackled their best player and proved i could play'
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Celine Thomas Mar 10
Just listened to , Leader of the Women’s Equality Party, tell that the UK’s 18pc pay gap, slumping productivity and the most expensive childcare in western world are all one issue. Fully funded parental leave and childcare are the answer.
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Candice Carty-Williams Mar 10
‘I really think there’s something in the water of whiteness ...it makes you think that any talk of racism is about you’ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in conversation with Reni Eddo-Lodge at for
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makerhood Mar 11
Day 2 of our Women of The World showcase! Lambeth-made art, mosaics, knitted goods and home wares. Come say hello!
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Amy Jones Mar 10
Listening to talk to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was like the feeling of seeing the sun burst out from behind grey clouds. I feel SO incredibly inspired, galvanized and sure about what I want to do in life, all at the same time
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Ayan Mahamoud Mar 10
such a honor to have met, & share platform today with the amazing woman ,who took the BBC on, on equal pay. 😘 respect! If justice don't come to us, we need to find justice. all about equality 💃💪
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WomensEqualityUK Mar 10
Replying to @SophieRunning
. on shared parental leave: "When it's not financially affordable, it's not a choice...There are many, many men who are fed up with this" WE wd fund 9 months of shared leave on a "use it or lose it" basis so both share responsibilities & joys of parenting
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Girls Rock London Mar 11
Ready for day three at - come and have a go on the guitar, bass, drum pad or synth, and even make your own *live* recording. We’ve got loads of screen-printed merch for sale AND you can even make your own GRL! Mother’s Day badge at our craft stall!
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Funoon London Mar 11
“Pockets are a human right. Women’s clothes are deliberately designed without pockets. Otherwise, our arms which would otherwise be dismantling the patriarchy are busy holding our phones, fags and feminist organising materials”. A pitch for Lady Pockets at
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Alice Rose Mar 11
So chuffed with my new tote from the Women of the World festival. Y'all should go follow
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