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#YesAllWomen

#YesAllWomen

It's now been two years since the #YesAllWomen hashtag burst onto Twitter. I'm certainly not qualified to discuss how it has or hasn't changed the public discussion around these issues, but it has positively changed my own ability to open or lead discussions about these issues in my own life and with friends and family and I have seem glimmers of change in certain areas that are more than just lip service. There is still a very long way to go and that is such a sad state for humans to be in considering how more info

#YesAllWomen

#YesAllWomen

It's been a year since the #YesAllWomen hashtag burst onto Twitter. I'm certainly not qualified to discuss how it has or hasn't changed the public discussion around these issues, but it has positively changed my own ability to open or lead discussions about these issues in my own life and with friends and family. I'd be interested to hear your thoughts about changes you've seen or still want to see in relation to the #YesAllWomen movement, and have included my previous blog posts, complete with links to articles of the time below. The public discussion more info

Yes Another #YesAllWomen Blog Post

Yes Another #YesAllWomen Blog Post

When I wrote my original blog post last week, there was only a handful of mainstream articles on this powerful reminder of what daily life is like as a woman. Now it's everywhere. And if you're one of those people who think that's a bad thing, then you probably shouldn't read the rest of this blog post. This isn't one of those movements where you can say, "It doesn't affect me, so I'll keep scrolling" or, "That's sad but I'll worry about it if I get --insert disease here--". This more info

#YesAllWomen

#YesAllWomen

I've been looking for this week's blog topic and I was tossing up between joining the "indie vs trad vs self published" debate or perhaps sharing some of my favourite recent articles on writing and publishing etc, and then I came across this hashtag a few hours ago: #YesAllWomen. It was sparked by a college student who allegedly uploaded videos to the internet of himself talking about punishing women for not being attracted to him, and complaining he was still a virgin, and then went on a drive-by shooting spree, killing several people more info

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