Astrid Runs: Decolonial-Intersectional Resistance in Dutch Teen Mothers

Astrid Runs Decolonial -Intersectional resilience of Dutch teen mothers  In our time the very categorical and/or conceptual frameworks through which we explicitly or implicitly perceive our sociopolitical realities and our own subjective (private) contextual insertion are very much in question. There is a desire to construct our own (women of color) epistemologies and ontologies; and…

(Re)Creating and (Re)Defining Sisterhood Online: The Mumsnet Phenomenon

 by Louise Pennington Mumsnet – we’ve all heard the name. It pops up frequently in the press as either an object of derision as that place full middle class Yummy Mummies who once harassed Gordon Brown about his favourite biscuit brand during a political webchat[1] or that “nest of vipers”[2] who viciously bully any woman…

Teen Pregnancy: Stop The Stigma

by Slutocrat Teen mothers. They're sluts. Benefits scroungers. They're not good mothers. They're all working class. And they'll never, ever amount to anything. “Society expects the worst outcomes for pregnant teens & young parents, so it gets the worst - and young people suffer,” says Lucy V Hay, script editor, author and former teenage mother.…