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18.2.15

Let’s stop trying to make feminism popular

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By Kath Walters

Many women are troubled by the idea that identifying as a feminist will pigeonhole them, create a false impression (of some sort) and limit their prospects.

The fact that so many women resile from the feminist label is widely seen as a ‘failure’ of the women’s movement.

History – or should I say herstory – proves them wrong.

Read more at Business Woman Media.

 

 

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