Issue 3: Internet Round Up

As we put together each issue, we come across loads of things that we think you'd be interested in.

Here's our Issue 3 round up.

This short video interviews Sana Amanat, the brain behind Kamala Khan/Ms Marvel, who is changing the face of Marvel's superhero stable.

Put sequins on a boys' t-shirt and it's instantly sold out. Pay attention retailers! (And have a squiz at the girls' section for other sparkles in stock.)


From Justin Baldoni's web series ManEnough, a discussion on #MeToo and the role for the men in the entertainment industry. Real people share their (very harrowing and triggering) stories, and Baldoni's round table discuss how misogyny affects culture, and the power of the bystander. 


Some useful tips on how to help your kids play games and lose, without a raging tantrum, and why managing disappointment is a key life skill.

The wonder of stick play from Hackney Forest School, exploring the pleasure for children in free play with natural materials.

FRIENDSHIP is a mirror to presence and a testament to forgiveness. Friendship not only helps us see ourselves through another’s eyes, but can be sustained over the years only with someone who has repeatedly forgiven us for our trespasses as we must find it in ourselves to forgive them in turn.

This touching review of David Whyte's book gave us some thoughts on the true meanings of everyday words and a musing on friendship in particular:

AdAge's take on the End of Masculinity - at least for advertisers.

I've printed this article out to remind me not to be a robot in the morning. The kids still need TLC even if we only have 4 minutes to get dressed, eat breakfast and get out the door... 'Wait, get away from the door!' Why do kids never see the front door opens inwards?!

And making the end of the day as stress-free as the beginning (hah!). The quickest after school dinner that everybody eats.