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Blimey March 31, 2006

Posted by Winter in the adventures of mind the gap.
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We’ve been cited in the Guardian this morning as proof that UK feminism still has a pulse after all.

A lot of our friends are mentioned as well. I’m sure we’re not one of the “the most popular blogs” (!?) but it’s still rather nice.

I’ll comment more on the actual article when I’ve got a moment.

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1. Lina - March 31, 2006

Congratulations!!!

2. Melinda Casino - March 31, 2006

Congratulations, that’s great!

3. Emma - March 31, 2006

Well done, guys.

4. Winter - March 31, 2006

Cheers all! Apparently it was also discussed on radio Wales this morning.

Gendergeek got mentioned too, so congrats to you Emma.

5. Melinda Casino - March 31, 2006

Emma said:

“Well done, guys.”

Don’t you mean, well done gals? 😉

6. v - March 31, 2006

interesting article, and congrats to youse. ive never seen the broadsheet blog before.

7. Emma - March 31, 2006

Well done, womyn. 😛

8. Chameleon - March 31, 2006

Let me join in the chorus of congratulation!

9. Winter - March 31, 2006

Well, when we did the internet gender test thing we all came out as men so maybe “guys” is quite appropriate. It’s ok – we believe men can be feminists too.

10. witchy-woo - March 31, 2006

Congrats from me too – well done!

11. TP - April 1, 2006

Nice one 🙂

12. brownfemipower - April 1, 2006

yay! :p
congratulations!

13. existsnomore - April 1, 2006

Well done! 🙂

14. HeoCwaeth - April 1, 2006

Congratulations!

15. Sfrajett - April 2, 2006

Congrats–I just read about it on Feministing. Fabulous!

16. ms-violet - April 2, 2006

Ooh, great news! Congrats!


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