Morning Quickie is made up of a group of like-minded people who are interested in spreading information about feminism, sex, relationships and politics.
Mack is Allison Macbeth, a founding member of Morning Quickie and a sexual health educator by trade. She has worked in sexual health in Canada, Australia, and the UK. Her dream is to save the world, one condom at a time. Feel free to send her an email.
Mick is a founding member of Morning Quickie. She knows a little about law, a little about journalism, and a lot about being a lady. She is more than happy to be contacted with complaints, compliments and pictures of cats.
Brianna is a freelance journalist from Melbourne, Australia. She has a background in Psychology and Political Science but isn’t adverse to a little cheesy pop culture. She’s all about women’s rights, gay rights, human rights and iced coffee. Feel free to email her here.
Crazy Colleen is Colleen Baker, a Psychology and Communications major, a recovering bulimic, and determined to spread the word about mental illness and related issues. When she’s not missing her long distance boyfriend or sticking up for Jersey at her upstate NY school, she’s organizing, obsessing, and wasting time on StumbleUpon. Contact her here.
Feminist in Arabia lives in a desert of feminism. While she loves children, cooking and cleaning she hates the men who think this is all she has to offer. Email her at this address.
Georgia Lewis is a London-based journalist who likes cooking, cars and cats. She tried very hard to uphold a Zero Tolerance of Idiocy policy — however, this routinely takes a pounding because she has a Twitter account. Georgia is not sure whether she is disappointed or relieved that she has not yet fulfilled her university dream to be a war correspondent. You can email her here.
HatManJim is a freelance writer and journalist (or “content producer”, as they are now called) who lives in London. When not working he haunts the bars of Lambeth and slurs to anyone who will listen that he is either trying to get a proper job or working on his first novel. You can offer him work or tell him off here.
JennY was raised by a family of amazing women. She rocks the bass guitar and loves to bake. At 20, she is trying to figure out a feminism for Generation Y. Contact her here.
JMW is a former immigration lawyer turned freelance writer and stay-at-home-mom to “baby femi” and is based in Wales. On the rare occasion she isn’t engaged putting the world to rights she loves knitting, baking and drinking tea. She is passionate about international women’s rights, human rights and eco-feminism. You can contact her here.
JustaKiss is married with two cats, hold the stereotyping, please. She has a full-time job and video game habit.
Kait Bolongaro is a globetrotting freelance journalist currently based in Montpellier, France. She loves writing, dancing, going out with friends, red wine, and critiquing pop culture with a feminist twist. She can often be found haunting small neighbourhood cafés with tea and a notebook the world around. Check out her website here or email her here.
Lacey is a film and television graduate and would like to be a writer when she grows up. She likes refinded sugar and grey cardigans even though they don’t suit her colouring. She is from Manitoba originally, but has been living in Scotland for most of her adult life. She has been away long enough to make Canada feel foreign and is now residing in Vancouver. Email her here.
Lobster lives in west London and turns tricks as an economist to fund a wildly overgrown easy listening collection. His hobbies include shouting at the television and drinking. He is currently the author of The Why Chromosome and you can email him here.
Lojo Manifesto is a pseudo-punk, working class raconteur who lives with two Persian cats in an urban, Alberta oil town. She enjoys ragging on big media, playing the air guitar (poorly), and hopes to someday become a full time zombie hunter. Check out her website here and email her here.
Madame X is a master of sex. She is adamantly pro-sex which she translates to pro-fun and pro-safety. An avid practitioner of the activity, she has also been trained in the technical dos and don’ts. No mere agony aunt, she knows of what she speaks. Send her your questions, comments, and concerns about sex and relationships here.
Miriam comes from the Maritimes and writes fiction and non-fiction, including an annual column about the Edinburgh International Book Festival. She worked in 3rd sector housing in Scotland for much of her career before becoming a language teacher and moving to Russia. You can find her website here and email her here.
Molly Garboden writes our “Lifting the Veil” column and is a bride-to-be living in London with her fiancé David. When not thinking about weddings, she enjoys pretending to be a restaurant critic to score free food. See her tweet at @MollyGarboden and send any emails to her here.
Reliable Joe knows bad sex and isn’t afraid to write about it. Her hobbies include food, wine and men and she believes there is no such thing as an embarrassing sexual experience, only a character building one. Contact her here.
Sedera of the Island is one of the many penniless students in New York City who are always rummaging the Internet for free things to see, hear and acquire. She spends her time blogging, memorizing random pop culture facts, interviewing people on WNYU Radio and complaining about not attending enough yoga classes. You can contact her here.
Sue is our amazing designer. She not only designed our fabulous logos, she also pulled all of our crazy mad-cap ideas together to make something gorgeous. You can contact her here.
Syahidah is a murder-mystery readin’, science fiction watchin’, critical race thinkin’ fan of feminism. Her interests include cooking, working with youth and writing, musing and more writing. She enjoys thinking deeply about the meaning of life, the universe and everything (why 42?). She has a love-hate relationship with the fact that you will definitely not get a one-word answer if you ask her “Where are you from?” Check out her website and contact her here.
The Other Man knows his mind and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. He has travelled the world breaking stories and hearts, and he has seen it all. He can be contacted here.
Tinybart is a young lady who loves creeping herself out reading apocalyptic novels and watching horror movies. She finds that bowling, playing euchre and Scattergories, cuddling her kitty, and drinking a good cup of coffee (in the morning) and tall boy (in the evening) make her feel warm and fuzzy inside. Contact her here.
Guest Contributors often submit articles on various topics of their choosing. If you want to get in touch with any of them please email us and we will forward your message as appropriate.
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