How we rewrote the bible’s patriarchal bias today…

While checking her Fisher Price Little People (yes, it's a transparently pushy mention - but these little buggers are expensive) toys yesterday, A discovered that Noah had forgotten the 'two by two' bit of the story in some instances and decided that he was unable to cope with his leadership responsibilities - also that he was … Continue reading How we rewrote the bible’s patriarchal bias today…

Women In Tech

Women in STEAM is something that I’m really passionate about.
There’s an event coming up on Friday for those in the Liverpool who are interested in finding out more.

LiverpoolMakeFest

This year Liverpool MakeFest introduce a “Women in Tech” showcase. Held in the ground floor Atrium of Liverpool Central Library we will have a collection of cool women currently working in tech through many different mediums. Some will be showcasing their talents and sharing insights in to how they came to be in their chosen profession. Others will be demonstrating to the public so you can learn all about why they do what they do.

“Women in Tech” is important as we go forward in to the future of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics). These disciplines have significantly lower percentages of woman than men. It is known that so many women and young girls do not necessarily have access to information of what women are doing in the world that isn’t what society tells them. We at Liverpool MakeFest want to help break the gender stereotype and inspire…

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Let me tell you a story – no, let me give you a warning…

Yesterday I wrote a Facebook post where I said "It's Yom HaShoah / יום השואה and it's monumentally sad to me this year. It feels futile to fight at the moment.".  I've spent today with my eldest daughter - spoiling her on the last day of her school holiday. It was wonderful - we went to my business … Continue reading Let me tell you a story – no, let me give you a warning…

The March Instagram challenge – everything you may have missed…

Last month's challenge was tougher than normal - but I managed it with a little help from two very young assistants.  Day 1 - 'something blue' The portraiture of Ren Hang - who recently killed himself - was rarely displayed in his native China. Day 2 - 'my breakfast' Hot cross bun! Excuse the awful crockery. … Continue reading The March Instagram challenge – everything you may have missed…

Throwback Thursday: How is this Acceptable?

Throwback Thursday comes with a familiar theme - that's right, Donald Trump. At times now I wonder where I would be without him. Then I remember...I wouldn't be worrying about civil rights abuses or the steady stream of Republican blondes on TV reminding me that baking and family making is a wonderful ambition - while … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: How is this Acceptable?

One week until Mother’s Day – get your shizz together, please, everybody…

Have you planned your Mother's Day celebrations? If not, good luck trying to get that reservation. Do something that I rarely advise and take the advice of Miss Vogue and buy your mother a luxurious present that isn't related to you or the kitchen. I also have a few little tips that will earn you … Continue reading One week until Mother’s Day – get your shizz together, please, everybody…

Gathering Raindrops, Josephine Fox

I'm gathering rain drops for my rain collection to counteract the puddles of disaffection Inescapable wetness of reflection, filling up this jar whilst gusting winds push my soul further afar An outlook so bizarre, miniscule little mar A need to push the clouds above the plethora of stars And when I have enough to fill … Continue reading Gathering Raindrops, Josephine Fox

Patriarchy’s Wet Dream

A pitch perfect piece by my lovely friend and ray of sunshine, the Joy Bringer!

Feminist Ire

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After the controversial TED talk ‘Rape and Reconciliation’ was programmed to be part of London women’s festival WOW 2017 there was outcry from survivors and individuals who felt that having a rapist at a woman’s festival was inappropriate, offensive and upsetting. In response the WOW organisers moved the event to one day outside of the festival and made it open to both WOW pass holders and the general public. Where the talk had been originally scheduled they instead held a panel discussion with the very loaded title of “Deciding Whose Story Gets Told”, where some of the people who were opposed to the talk going ahead at WOW joined those who wanted it as part of the festival. I thought the idea of ‘Deciding Whose Story Gets Told’ would be an interesting jumping off point for further exploration of this talk.

A quick breakdown of’Rape and…

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Throwback Thursday – the final walk around…

I wrote this post as I went live with Sophie's Voice for the very first time. I love change - and I hate it too. I'm so excited by new things but I also need something solid. I like hotels but it's room service and turn downs that make me feel special. I like to rent … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – the final walk around…