Class, accessibility, and rebranding feminism

This goes to my point in the post about feminists and attachment parenting: Are feminist mothers MORE likely to be attachment parenting?

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Filed under Cissexism, Classism, Injustice, Racism

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  1. Pingback: Bell Hooks’ “Feminist Theory: From Margin To Center”: Chapter 3. « Loftier Musings

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