Imposter syndrome: Why do so many women feel like frauds? by Claire Cohen in The Telegraph.
How things have changed for female academics by Myra Strober on The Times Higher Education, or how a rejection in 1970 for a tenure-track position inspired a lifetime of struggle against sexism.
I will never not love Caitlin Moran. She is both brilliant and mad, which is a combination that gets me anytime. If you are an avid reader, you may have come across a few books that have changed your perception, because it is what books are for. The book that changed my views on love … Continue reading Moranifesto
- Is your ring a little lady?" - Why, yes. Yes it is.” Later, different person: - Is it a penguin?” - …" If people want to believe that my ring represents a little lady, a penguin or the Big Bang, then who am I to make the decision to shatter their dreams? Nonetheless, my … Continue reading Not a Little Lady, Mate.