The leaders of the Better Together and Yes Scotland campaigns, Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond, are about to take part in a web debate on Mumsnet.
The move is being seen as an attempt by both leaders to reach out to female voters, who polls have shown to be in favour of independence for the most part.
Mumsnet founder Justine Roberts said: "Our Scottish users have been actively debating the referendum on Mumsnet.
“Many are firmly in either the Yes or No camp but a significant number are still very much undecided and we hope the webchat will help them reach a decision on who to vote for.”
“The issue of the economic viability of an independent Scotland has been raised far more frequently than individual household budgets in discussions, but the impact of independence on jobs, welfare, health and education are all areas of concern for Mumsnet users.”
They are almost unanimously opposed to the idea of raising child-to-carer ratios and demanding higher qualifications for carers.
Here is a selection of the comments:
Allison Saunders, Chief Crown Prosecutor for London, said she welcomed the We Believe You campaign launched by Mumsnet to provide support for victims of sexual attacks:
A survey of more than 1,600 women has revealed that a tenth of those who responded had been raped and a third had been sexually assaulted. More than four in five of the victims did not report the attack to police due to concerns over low conviction rates, embarrassment and shame, the figures showed.