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Hands Up

For Women
& Girl's

​MyAuntieM is dedicated to shining a light for the 51% of the population who are female.


A comprehensive site of researched quality information, links, support, stats, tips and news at your fingertips.


Showcasing our struggles and achievements, providing a little inspiration from the wonderful women who came before us and those who are making a difference today.

Resources & Tips

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Our Store
Products & clothes for
women & girl's


  • Your body, the real average UK Woman

  • Menstruation

  • Endometriosis

  • Menopause

  • Know your body shape >

  • Skin care creams busted >

  • The truth about Botox and Dermal Fillers >

  • Breast cancer

  • Ovarian cancer

Essential Grocery Shopping 

How to budget & reduce waste


  • Supermarket secrets >

  • What are Super-Foods >

  • Farmers market tips >

Your Career

How to get on at work


  • ​Ho​w to get promoted >

  • Interview Tips >

  • Women's Networking Groups

  • Have businesswomen in Silicon Vally got it right? >

  • How to be successful, interviews at the BBC from their Woman's Power List

Stats & Reports
about women in the UK
Support pages
legal, social & group


  • community support

  • Where to get legal help

  • Domestic violence

  • Rape

  • Breast cancer

  • Ovarian cancer

  • Endometriosis

Brief History of Women
in the UK

1900 - Present
Support women
Crowd funders & petitions 

A message of solidarity
Hear women's voices standing up for and with the women & girl's in Iran

Tribute to the women of the world
This wonderful short video was released by ClaudiaMontana8 for international women's day get your tissues ready..

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger

I'm a massive fan thank you Megan for your inspirational courage

Did you know
  • Dr Helen Sharman, born in Sheffield was the first British Astronaut in space and the first woman to visit the Mir space station in 1991. 
  • Ada Lovelace born in London was the first computer programmer.
  • Maria Leijerstam born in Aberdare, Wales was the first person ever to cycle to the south pole in 2013 winning a race against two men and became a world record holder for the achievement.  
  • Rosalind Franklin born in London, was the first person to photograph the x-ray diffraction pattern of DNA which led directly to the discovery of the double helical structure of the DNA molecule.
  • Dorathy Hodgkin who discovered the structure of penicillin, vitamin B12 and insulin, is the only Woman to have ever received a Copley Medal (issued by the royal society).  She also received a Nobel prize for the same work.
  • The first petition for the suffrage was signed in 1866 by 1,499 eminent women and presented by John Stuart Mill. Signatories included Florence Nightingale and Mary Somerville. in 1918 women over 30 who met minimum property requirements were allowed to vote and British women over 21 finally received equal voting rights in 1928.


The Everyday Sexism Project exists to catalogue instances of sexism experienced by women on a day to day basis. By sharing your story you’re showing the world that sexism does exist, it is faced by women everyday and it is a valid problem to discuss.

Counting dead women


With yet another 2 murdered women in the news this week is it time to take action?  according to more British women were killed though men’s violence in the last year than British troops killed in Afghanistan in the last 3 years.

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So now a dangerously violent rapist gets to choose to go to a woman's prison in Scotland. Read more >>

Ogoing Organisation and product recommendations

Woman's grid - Network blogs about women's groups, women's news and vacancies

"Because women's work is never done and is underpaid or unpaid or boring or repetitious and we're the first to get fired and what we look like is more important than what we do and if we get raped it's our fault and if we get beaten we must have provoked it and if we raise our voices we're nagging bitches and if we enjoy sex we're nymphos and if we don't we're frigid and if we love women it's because we can't get a "real" man and if we ask our doctor too many questions we're neurotic and/or pushy and if we expect childcare we're selfish and if we stand up for our rights we're aggressive and "unfeminine" and if we don't we're typical weak females and if we want to get married we're out to trap a man and if we don't we're unnatural and because we still can't get an adequate safe contraceptive but men can walk on the moon and if we can't cope or don't want a pregnancy we're made to feel guilty about abortion and...for lots of other reasons we are part of the women's liberation movement."  ~ Author unknown, quoted in The Torch, 14 September 1987>

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