Why blog?

I’m pragmatic, Big Society, TRG-style, progressive and moderate.  I’m also a flag-waving, change-demanding, individualist, liberal feminist. I’m not particularly left-wing and I’m not particularly right-wing.

I don’t believe that feminism has to be left-wing.  Yet why do I feel like an imposter when I talk about equality?  Why do I feel distrusted by other feminists because of my small-state-big-society approach?  My libertarian heart and my feminist head aren’t in conflict at all.

So this blog is about helping C(c)onservatives, libertarians and L(l)iberals to realise that feminism doesn’t have to be party political.  It’s time to bring back liberal feminism and give it a tory touch.


6 Responses to Why blog?

  1. Kate says:

    I’ve just stumbled across your blog and I’ve found myself agreeing with pretty much every word you say! And where I don’t agree, I understand completely the logic of your point of view. This is a first for me, a life-long Labour girl. I’m absolutely blown away. Thank you.

  2. Banti Singh says:

    Very interesting! Are you on Facebook?

  3. sewellsaga says:

    It’s fantastic to see someone else believes that feminists are not all socialists, that right-wingers can do it too! Looking forward to reading future posts.

  4. Debra Todd says:

    Awesome blog, a delight to read…will keep following…

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