April 24, 2018 by Julie Tomlin
What do we need in order to thrive in life?
April 9, 2018 by Julie Tomlin
As exhilarating as the images of the women’s strike in Spain were, it’s the experiences of women in Yarl’s Wood that define the boundaries of our freedom…
February 7, 2018 by Julie Tomlin
I spent too long trying to get by in a world where bears were brown and painting them blue was silly…
November 29, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
What difference would it make if, instead of being made to suppress part of their nature in order to succeed, women were allowed to bring all of themselves and shape things from there?
November 28, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
Florence Nightingale’s plea for women to be free to suffer resonated because of my experiences and also brought to mind the Judea Capta who fascinated me in the past
November 21, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
While my new-found confidence in my own instincts is appreciated, I’m aware too that more than an individualistic self-help approach is needed if real change is going to take place
November 10, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
Student Emma Sulkowicz’s campus protest has rejected the silencing of shame
November 8, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
From Westminster to Hollywood, the status quo is being challenged – we need to focus on alternative ways of being all the more
November 6, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
The discussion around women’s silence need also to include questions about changing a society that doesn’t require that they are listened to
November 3, 2017 by Julie Tomlin
What would happen if we walked away, rather than worry about being invited into the party that has well and truly bombed?