Me. In yesterday’s post:

“What I do have a problem with though is what I see as an attempt to take the politics out of feminism. An attempt to present feminism as something that encompasses all and everyone, no matter what their ideological position on anything, and in particular no matter what their ideological position on the things that actually matter, the things that actually make a difference to women’s lives…”

Ellie Levenson. Interviewed as part of the “What is feminism in 2010” special report in the May edition of Company magazine:

“Unlike many of the feminists who went before, I believe that, as long as women’s decisions are their own, then they can call themselves a feminist whatever those decisions are.”

Head. Meet desk.