Everyone should read 'The War on Women' because such accounts of real, everyday suffering, abuse and oppression teach us just how real and how systemic this war is.
Little illuminations on the culture of female sexuality really do pop up in the most unexpected of places.
It's all a question of normalising what it is to be on a spectrum.
The fear of using the word feminist in the excerpt because people will not want to read it. That is why I am a feminist.
Just as feminism is coming to the public fore, I suddenly find myself unfamiliar with some of the discourse of the cause.
Taking a little time to catch up, see what's happening and, more often than not, simply just laugh, doesn't half make you feel all loved and lovely.
I had a little inner flutter of joy at the new Diet Coke advert, then I felt bad and now I'm confused.
Baffled, but not lost for words.