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While we continue talking about "working mums" and ignoring working dads, while we keep talking about childcare and parental leave and flexible work as women's issues rather than parents' issues, we are never going to change gender disparity in the workplace, writes Jane Gilmore.

Leaning out: We need to start talking about working dads

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On shoes, on hats, on jumpers - the humble pompom is turning up everywhere.

Gimme a 'P': Pompoms are bouncing back into fashion

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"People are very attached to the tradition of a real Christmas tree - I should know, I used to be one of them. But this is why my family has switched to a fake tree."

Why we chose a fake Christmas tree over a real tree this year

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Lady Gaga said she performed night after night in "mental and physical pain".

Lady Gaga reveals mental trauma of Born This Way concert tour

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Depp's already slated for nine roles through 2018, including a part as Dominique Strauss-Kahn – the former IMF director involved in a sexual abuse scandal in 2011.

Johnny Depp named most overpaid actor (again). Will Hollywood finally stop hiring him?

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Emma and Isabella, the names given to the embryos by Vergara's ex-partner Nick Loeb, are named as plaintiffs in a lawsuit which claims that they have a right to live, access to a trust fund and asks that they be raised by Mr Loeb.

Sofia Vergara sued by her frozen embryos for the right to life

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"You've been displaced, you've lost your husband, your brother, your cousin; you ended up with four, five, six kids, probably none of them are yours because you lost them on the journey," says MSF's head of operations in Nigeria, "you're living under a tent in high temperatures with nothing to eat or you have to share everything. Then your kids are not vaccinated so they are dying of measles,...
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'Forgotten crisis': Women fleeing Boko Haram are bearing the brunt of horrors

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"To say that the first night was an exercise in humiliation is to sell the full horror of it way, way short."

How adult dance classes helped me reclaim my body after birth

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"Tom Ford is right that more men should endeavour to understand what it's like to be a woman - and being penetrated might form a part of that intellectual journey. But it isn't because the act gives men previously unexplored insight into a passive, vulnerable state of being. Framing it in this way only demonstrates how very little Ford understands women himself," writes Clementine Ford.

Should all men be penetrated? Not for the reasons given by Tom Ford

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β€œFor 10 years I’d been told I was always going to be a catalogue girl, never a cover girl." And it seems few designers were willing to help Ashley Graham change that.

Designers 'flatly refused' to dress Ashley Graham for the cover of British Vogue

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With little notice and stunning quickness, anti-abortion legislators in Ohio stand one signature away from enacting the nation's most stringent abortion law in the hopes of sparking a nationwide reversal of the legal right of women to terminate their pregnancies.

Legislators cited the election of Donald Trump as fuelling their move, saying it "changed the dynamic".

Ohio legislators pass 'heartbeat bill' that will effectively ban abortion for many women

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On Monday, the Salvation Army thought it would be a good idea to release a public statement saying they don't support Safe Schools.

Under normal circumstances this would be a weird thing for the Salvation Army to announce at all. To do so nearly a year after Safe Schools was a hot button cultural issue seemed particularly odd. And to do it less than two weeks after the suicide of a...
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Why I won't be supporting the Salvation Army this Christmas

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12/07/2016 at 22:25. Facebook
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I am not "housewife" material. In my relationships with men, that always felt like a problem. The game-changing thing about a gay relationship is: All the gendered expectations that straight people take for granted - from the idea that men should make more money, to the idea that women should be primary caretakers - must be rethought and renegotiated.

I'm bisexual - when I date women, we don't argue about housework

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12/07/2016 at 09:09. Facebook
It's a word I've said fifty-seven gazillion time since becoming a parent. And it doesn't get easier, writes Kasey Edwards.

Why parents should actually feel good about saying 'no' to their kids

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12/07/2016 at 07:02. Facebook
Nationally the number of children and young people accessing homelessness services due to family violence has risen 30%.

'Batty effect': Surge in children fleeing family violence

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12/07/2016 at 06:30. Facebook
"None of us really thought that we'd be donning sausage suits to attend our first AACTA awards, but here we are."

Female filmmakers storm AACTAs red carpet in sausage suits to protest lack of women

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12/07/2016 at 06:09. Facebook