How Jane Caro become an accidental feminist

By Karen Hardy
February 9 2019 - 12:24am

There came a point in Accidental Feminists where I wanted to stop reading. It was like Jane Caro was using me as a case study. I’m a woman in my 50s, divorced, in a tight financial position. I had dedicated, and still do in some ways, my life to my family, working part-time once the children came along. I managed, like most women do, most of the care, the organisation of the home, domestic duties. It was the way I wanted it. I grew up with certain expectations, certain values, raising a family was important to me, a career too, but not so much if I’m honest. But now I’m kind of wondering what the future holds.

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