Tag Archives: feminism

Worth Reading 114: Hasta and Vopiscus

Oh look it’s a new year, so I must be trying to blog more and not leave this site fallow. Here’s some interesting things I’ve read recently: Where will we live? – A long but fascinating and informative article on Britain’s housing issues from James Meek in the London Review of Books. Seeming Female: Gender […]

Gender bias on Have I Got News For You – updated

I was reminded about this by a Twitter conversation this morning, and realised that I hadn’t updated my spreadsheet about the gender of guests on Have I Got News For You since the last series ended. That the last series was pretty underwhelming may have had something to do with it, but if you’re the […]

Worth Reading 100: Under the command of Lucius Vorenus

And after a few years of link collection, we get to the first major milestone: Marches of Folly – Paul Krugman on how groupthink helped make the case for war in Iraq, and is doing the same for austerity. How We Learned to Set Aside Our Moral Qualms and Love the Bomb – Some frankly […]

Worth Reading 63: Welcome to Glastonbury

It seems the internet wrote many good things while I was away on holiday: Dudes, Relax: The Rise Of Women Does Not Mean the Fall of Men – Jezebel’s Lindy West dissects a piece of male whining. How To Get Doping Out Of Sports – A very frank piece from Jonathan Vaughters, boss of the […]