Category Archives: Men are from Stirchley, women are from Digbeth

Being a woman in India

I wrote this piece in January 2013, after the abduction and rape of a young woman called Jyoti Singh in Delhi. Her attackers wounded her so badly that she couldn’t be saved and she died on 29 December 2013. There was … Continue reading

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A man goes into the women’s loo …

In a nutshell – a man goes into a women’s bathroom at his university. He goes into a stall and sits down to write about how he didn’t notice anyone objecting to his presence, so everything must be fine. I’ve written … Continue reading

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Why are women frightened of men?

Recently, a man posted what he himself described as a rant on the Spotted in Cardiff facebook page to complain about having had his feelings hurt by a woman running away from him as he walked home in the early … Continue reading

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The concept of “The Great Dad”

I wrote this three years ago. I don’t think anything’s changed much. Tell me if it has. My name is the Martian Anthropologist and I am a Mumsnetter. I browse, I lurk, sometimes I even post. I’ve been a Mumsnetter … Continue reading

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