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Feminists who just happen to be men

Feminists who just happen to be men

What can men do to support feminism? Be present and vocal, even when some might argue about their inclusion

Mum’s the word

Mum’s the word

Childbirth is akin to running a marathon and causes anxiety in one out of four new mothers, so why aren’t we talking about it?

Happy Pear's Flynn twins: the perfect pair?

Happy Pear's Flynn twins: the perfect pair?

The Happy Pear brothers shocked their public with a recent TV performance. But will it call a halt to their success?

Loved ones in the literary dock

Loved ones in the literary dock

Do writers make for bad parents, or is John Banville just making excuses?

What do we want? Polite protests

What do we want? Polite protests

Irish people are fighting for their rights – but it’s all a bit embarrassing really

Artistic licence

Artistic licence

Time, gentlemen, please: why marathon rock gigs are a real drag

Artistic Licence: Why Jennifer Aniston is not the issue

Artistic Licence: Why Jennifer Aniston is not the issue

Time to burn the ‘Team Jen’ T-shirts, for all our sakes

Artistic Licence

Artistic Licence

What can the arts learn from sport?

Nadine O'Regan: Artistic Licence

Nadine O'Regan: Artistic Licence

Ghostbusters may be action fluff, but it’s also one of the most important films of the year

A right royal superstar

A right royal superstar

When my sister’s friend arrived at our house with a crate of Prince tapes in the 1990s, I dutifully copied them all. For that, and Prince’s music ever since, I am eternally grateful

Nadine O’Regan: After four decades, U2 still going the extra mile

Nadine O’Regan: After four decades, U2 still going the extra mile

Zero hecklers at jubilant homecoming

Time for short stories to come down off the shelf

Time for short stories to come down off the shelf

Nadine O'Regan: Can kids’ lit lead the way on gender matters?

Nadine O'Regan: Can kids’ lit lead the way on gender matters?

Children’s literature is toeing a fraught line between entertaining children and teaching them guidelines for an ever more complex world

Love me Tinder: How the worldwide dating phenomenon is changing relationships

Love me Tinder: How the worldwide dating phenomenon is changing relationships

But what makes it so appealing has also left some feeling rejected or lost in virtual relationships

Nadine O'Regan: Artistic licence

Nadine O'Regan: Artistic licence

Digital age means life echoes through the ether