Raising Feminist Daughters

I feel that I support the movements which I believe need tackling; encouraging positive images of women, challenging stereotypes and questions of female morality and sexuality, and like I always planned when I was a stroppy teenager, I tackle sexism by doing what I think I do best; writing about it.

About Kate Jones

Kate Jones is a freelance writer based in the UK and has had short fiction, features, and essays published in various places online, including Thresholds, The Nottingham Review, The Real Story, Feminine Collective, Feminartsy and Skirt Collective. She is also an editorial intern for Great Jones Street and a regular essayist for The Short Story. Make friends with her on Twitter @katejonespp

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Bottom Drawer Feminist

I was anxious the first time I went there. I had this idea that women who’d done time would be, I don’t know, different somehow; not people you meet in the street, the woman you sat next to on the bus. I was warned I might hear things that would test my morals. That I […]

About Kate Jones

Kate Jones is a freelance writer based in the UK and has had short fiction, features, and essays published in various places online, including Thresholds, The Nottingham Review, The Real Story, Feminine Collective, Feminartsy and Skirt Collective. She is also an editorial intern for Great Jones Street and a regular essayist for The Short Story. Make friends with her on Twitter @katejonespp

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