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November 25, 2004



Jory, I only read them in doctor's clinics or supermarkets. There is one really interesting Marie Claire published here in Australia ( under the general Marie CLaire umbrella, I'm sure), which always features a feminist article with a real punch, basically the needs of Third World women etc. I think it's a terrific way to reach women who are completely blase about feminism. They make an effort sometimes to do real women stories as well but they are usually about sex - I agree, do these people all inhabit a separate universe?
The editor is the daughter of a society hairdresser here in Melbourne and does a great job delivering the feminist content surreptitiously to a much wider audience than it might otherwise get.


If you start a magazine that shows/tells/reminds us "why your/our life ain’t so bad as it is." I want a subscription.

fuck you


i had this problem for.. well, let's just say more than a few months. I didn't want to go to the store to buy toys or have them delivered to my apartment. And i'm pretty sure my bf would have been too shy to use them during sex anyway. But i found a guide online that really helped ~ http://www.climaxhelp.com/Intercourse.html

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