This led me to find out more about Juliet and she blogs in her own right. She asks if gravitas is a euphemism for male. I often wonder if the same thing happens in the blogosphere and Iâ€™ve no reason to think it doesnâ€™t as blogs reflect “real life”. Perhaps when women blog â€“ particularly when they have also blogged about domestic matters â€“ it has less clout than a blokey blog. Notable exceptions including Caron and Nic. If this bewilders you, as luck would have it, Is There A Plan B has some advice on how to be a feminist.
Right, now, gravitas out of the way, hereâ€™s how you might fill your Easter break.
First to the cakes. (I was going to make some comment about it being possible to be a feminist and still make wonderful cakes, but I thought better of it.)
For many itâ€™s a weekend off and what could be better than messing about on a boat. Scottishboating tells of a trip to Germany, but also hints at a juicy tale of arresting a ship â€œThe whole episode involved time spent in the faculty library studying precedents and working out how one should nail the writ to a vessel with no masts.â€ I do hope a future post tells this tale.
If you fancy a spot of culture, Scottish Art Blog reviews the RSA New Contemporaries Exhibition.
Lower brow, after some hemming and hawing I took the kids to see The Hunger Games. See how we got on.
And the weather? Crazy isnâ€™t it. Hawth discusses fluffy rain and howling winds.