Tag Archives: Politics

Gender Stereotyping: Princesses are the Least of My Worries

“I’m the princess and you’re the prince. So we have to get married.” It is of no concern to Carla that her favorite tennis coach is already married and six times her age, but it is apparent to me and … Continue reading

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Book Review: King Matt the First by Janusz Korczak

This is the first review of fiction that I haven’t been paid or otherwise obligated to write, but I’m posting it because this is the best book we’ve read to our eight-year-old to date. ‘King Matt is a fable that … Continue reading

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An ex-Londoner’s view of the Mayoral Election 2012

Today I received confirmation of my postal vote registration in the mail, and it momentarily made me wish I hadn’t left Surrey to come here, but had instead left London to come here. One of the less hazardous ideas from … Continue reading

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