Noel said: 'It's strange behaviour for someone who is gagging for me to pick up the phone and say let's do it. He'd put his whole life on hold to get Oasis back together. But every tweet he sends out it's another nail in the coffin of that idea.' … [Read more...] about Liam and Noel Gallagher ‘are on speaking terms again after their children encouraged them to bury the hatchet’
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After the family were feared missing, a Facebook group titled 'Looking for the Todt Family' was created where one family friend wrote: 'Worried sick! I keep sending them messages on messenger and they are being sent but not delivered. I'm guessing their phones are off. Praying for their safe return.' … [Read more...] about Father ‘confesses to killing his wife, their three children and their dog in Disney town home then living with the bodies for several days’ – as it emerges family owed creditors $100,000
'We had to worry about what parties they were going to, whether there was alcohol, I had to know who the parents were, so every weekend for me was hard. And they’re gone, thank God,' she joked. … [Read more...] about Michelle Obama tells Oprah she went to marriage counselling with Barack to work through ‘tough times’ after Malia and Sasha were born and admits she found it hard raising a family
After a decade or so of inclusion in academic feminism, thanks to the likes of Rich, Patricia Hill Collins, Sarah Ruddick, Miriam Johnson, Alice Walker, and others I’m sure commenters will chastise me for forgetting, motherhood has once again become a bogeyman for feminists. The topic comes up in fewer than 3% of papers, journal articles, or textbooks on modern gender theory. Discussing it marks one as a “gender essentialist” in academia, a label that can end one’s academic career before it even begins. Andrea O’Reilly, the theorist who birthed “matricentric feminism” as a field of study, argues both can be true: “the idea that gender is a social construct – that women are not ‘naturals’ when it comes to mothering simply because of their biological sex– and the idea that mothering matters”. … [Read more...] about Is motherhood the unfinished work of feminism?
She wrote: "No matter. The movie is so sumptuous and enticing that it's possible to overlook its many cinematic flaws. It fulfils the longing not just for a lost age, but for a television show brought back to life." … [Read more...] about Downton Abbey movie is out in cinemas NOW – here’s all you need to know