Category Archives: Feminism

Congratulations to Revd Canon Mpho Tutu and Professor Marceline Van Furth

  A wonderful breath of fresh air sweeps across the channel to the isles of Albion this New Year’s day 2016, with news of the marriage of Canon Revd Mpho Tutu and Professor Marceline Van Furth in a small civil … Continue reading

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No Sex Please – we are Church of England Bishops

This was a post which I guest wrote for Ellee Seymour’s pages back in January 2013.http://elleeseymour.com/2013/01/05/no-sex-please-were-gay-british-bishops/ In the light of recent developments here in Britain and in Russia, which I have blogged on above – the posting of this piece … Continue reading

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To hug or to hold? the art of shaking hands in a bro hug age.

To Hug or to Hold? Women Need To Stop Hugging At Work And Start Shaking Hands – this post by Grindstone.com got me thinking. The essential thesis of the Grindstone piece is that for women in the North Atlantic zone to … Continue reading

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The Equality Act 2010 and Women Bishops

In the light of the UK Equality Act of 2010 there are some serious questions for the Church of England to be addressing over the next months as it collectively ruminates on the trauma it delivered, to itself and the … Continue reading

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Rice Christianity – from Gutenberg to Zuckerberg

Not since the Fidei defensor turned excommunicated renegade has there been such a public falling out with Rome on account of the actions of an  independent thinking Anne. At 18.36 precisely on the 28th of July,  Anne Rice, author of … Continue reading

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