It should be the perfect time of year, and yet it sometimes ends in frustration, stress and strife. The holiday season is a risky thing for relationships and domestic harmony. More often than not, anger seethes beneath the tree. But why is that the case? Our expert Dr. Becky Spelman has the answers.
First of all, this book is not a light read. In her award-winning (quite rightly) debut novel Dark Chapter, Taiwanese-American author Winnie M Li processes her experience of rape and retells the story from the perspective of both the victim and the perpetrator. On O Diaries, we’ll tell you why we think the book is worth reading.
We’ve got some exciting news! The Womanizer family has grown with the arrival of the new Liberty. The pocket-sized all-rounder is the perfect travel companion for self-confident women looking for new experiences. No matter where you are – London, Tokyo, Oman – the Womanizer Liberty is guaranteed to satisfy you. How? Let us explain.
“Pink if it’s a girl; blue if it’s a boy” – the socialization of biological sex often starts before birth in our society. In contrast, the indigenous people of North America practiced a far more advanced interpretation of gender. Perhaps it’s time we learned from their wisdom.
Sex and the City is a cult TV series and for a good reason. The 1990s HBO series was influential and set trends. Never before had women on television spoken so openly about their sexuality. Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda and Samantha lived an emancipated lifestyle and in many cases were an inspiration to real women.