Posted on March 21st, 2017 by Jane
We love Mary Beard at Changing People and here she is in full flow at London Review of Books, on the language and metaphors used to describe women in power. Very entertaining, and still shocking. Grab a cuppa and settle down to listen.
Posted on March 14th, 2017 by Jane
Uppity woman are everywhere. You may be an uppity woman yourself. I certainly hope so. The world needs many more uppity woman. Shout out loud and strong about the achievements of women. #LoveUppityWoman Uppity women your country needs YOU!
Posted on March 8th, 2017 by Jane
On International Women’s Day 2017 we’re stopping by to meet three very inspirational women: Bella Vuillermoz of Sky UK, Anita Anand, BBC journalist and author, and Kat Heathcote, successful business woman. You cannot help but be inspired!
Posted on February 24th, 2017 by Jane
Tamsin Greig is playing in Shakespeare. Not especially surprising news, she’s a very good actress. However, she is playing a role usually taken by a man and that is unusual. In Shakespeare’s day men usually took on the women’s roles and Tamsin says she can see no reason why women shouldn’t play parts usually taken by men. “There is no part that a woman can’t do” she said. Tamsin is performing the role of Malvolio, in Twelfth Night, directed by
Posted on January 17th, 2017 by Jane
Unconscious bias exists within us all but did you know that if women write something with a man they (the women) get penalised? Check out this piece of research from Harvard University, and make sure your voice gets heard.