Articles about 'feminist parenting'

Should mums listen to the wise ladies that live in their phones?

Online parenting groups can be a source of support but can also prompt competition between mums, writes Kat Arksey

Guest Blogger // 23 August 2017

Categories: Blog

Why we need feminist role models from a young age

Learning kindness and compassion is essential if we want our feminism to be truly progressive, writes Charlotte Wylie

Guest Blogger // 18 August 2017

Categories: Blog

Why I’m angry about breastfeeding

Jill Wells is angry about the prevailing approaches to breastfeeding in public

Guest Blogger // 17 October 2016

Categories: Blog

Being a feminist parent of a disabled child

Being a feminist parent of a disabled child reminded Jill about the importance of choice

Guest Blogger // 21 April 2016

Categories: Blog

#FeministParenting

This month, we're focusing on #FeministParenting. Comic artist, Silvia Carrus, tackles some double standards.

Guest Blogger // 23 March 2016

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

Being a mother, being a feminist

Although Jane Chelliah has encountered schools of thought that don’t see motherhood as particularly feminist, she champions the importance of motherhood and calls for recognition that it can be empowering and crucial to some feminist identities

Jane Chelliah // 20 March 2016

Categories: Blog

Feminist mothering

What is feminist mothering? Jane Chelliah talks about how she realised she was a feminist mother and the importance of recognising the diversity of motherhood

Jane Chelliah // 6 March 2016

Categories: Blog

That white-skinned girl is my daughter

Jane Chelliah, our guest blogger for March, writes about her experience of raising a child with a different skin colour to her own

Jane Chelliah // 2 March 2016

Categories: Blog

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