If you need any recommendations for any day of the year for little and young feminists see my piece for Lantana Publishing above
A Bloody Red Friday !
GOOD BEING A GIRL’s online shop is donating 10% of all sales to the Real Period Project. http://www.realperiodproject.org
The Real Period Project is a Community Interest Company based in Bristol, UK. We want to make high quality positive menstrual education available to everyone, and our project is about working out the best way to do that.
“Our goal is to encourage body awareness, acceptance and celebration, to challenge shame and to question society’s assumed position on menstruation being something embarrassing to hide. And because our key goal is inclusivity, we want this conversation to include everyone, because menstruation affects everyone, in some way. None of us would be here if it wasn’t for the menstrual cycle, so let’s get familiar with it!”
Buy feminist gifts this Christmas .
Next year in 2018 there will be lots of celebrations and remembering of all those women and men who campaigned for the vote in the UK, including Centenary of the Vote -100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, which enabled all men and some women over the age of 30 to vote for the first time; and 90th anniversary of Equal Franchise Act 1928, which gave women the right to vote at age 21 on the same terms as men; plus much more
So I have begun my own It’s Good being A Girl pilgrimage to statues, blue plaques, monuments and places that recognise significant suffragettes, suffragists and other women who made a stand for us all.Starting in London with freedom fighter and nomad Laurika Bretherton
Also with me on this feminist adventure is my very own suffragette Josephine, who as well as standing proud on the steps of the house that Sylvia Pankhurst lived in on the Chelsea Embankment, way before it was posh, was extremely popular at the https://filia.org.uk/filia-conference-2017/