Zoe Strimpel

What Miriam Cates gets wrong about working mothers

Miriam Cates (Credit: House of Commons)

Miriam Cates and I have a different idea of what Thatcherism was all about. To me, the Lady T era was more feminist than any other before or after because it included all people, including women, in its vision of work, wealth, power and success. It did so without all the carry on about menstruation and endometriosis and menopause and who knows what else that comes with female empowerment discourse today.

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