Posted on December 11th, 2014 by Jane
Be proud of being female! Enough said. You may also enjoy Why Is Being Like a Girl an Insult? RenewYou: the next licensing event is in London in February. Please click here for more information. Thanks to the person on Twitter who pointed me in direction of this picture.
Posted on November 25th, 2014 by Jane
I did a BBC radio interview the other morning with BBC London. It’s a serious talk show with Penny Smith and Paul Ross; they were debating the merits or otherwise of Julien Blanc being denied entry to the UK. My view was that we were right to ban him. There was precious little time to air the arguments one way or the other on live radio, but for what it’s worth here are my thoughts: I am sympathetic to the
Posted on November 4th, 2014 by Jane
I had to reword this post a few times as my anger was getting the better of me. Read on and it’ll become obvious why. New figures about the gender pay gap have been released which show that the gap in the UK has widened for the first time in 5 years. That is, women are getting paid less than ever before than men for similar jobs; the pay gap is 15.7% and in the finance and business management sectors
Posted on November 3rd, 2014 by Jane
Average earning for women in the UK falls from £18,000 to £15,400 Nothing to be proud of here. Infographic credit: the Independent Newspaper RenewYou is my one day course for women licensed to passionate trainers around the world!
Posted on October 21st, 2014 by Jane
Caitlin Moran, pictured above, is never afraid to Speak Up. I just love her. She inspires me to be bold when I might be tempted to take the more ‘safe’ route. Some people will find the word vagina in a blog post more shocking than the daily portrayal of women’s bare bosoms in a daily newspaper. Now that is truly shocking. Caitlin also inspired this post: Are You A Big Knicker Feminist? Who inspires you to be bold? Are you
Posted on October 14th, 2014 by Jane
I’ve been a supporter of the No More Page Three campaign since it started (check out this early interview with one of the founders, Lucy Ann Holmes). No More Page Three is a campaign group committed to removing photos of bare breasted women and girls, (posing provocatively on page three each day) from a best selling daily U.K. newspaper. They believe, as do I, that this is disrespectful to women and is a contributing factor in the continuing inequality between