Seeking to set the agenda for British feminism in the 21st century, this work deals specifically with women under 35. It looks at the new social and economic realities of women's lives and how they would like to change them. The author appeals to women not to lose the advantages they have gained.
Aiming to set the agenda for British feminism in the 21st century, this work deals specifically with the experiences and desires of women below 35; those who are perceived to take their new advantages and continuing disadvantages for granted, and not ask "What can I do for feminism?" and "What can feminism do for me?". In order to find a new way into feminism that speaks directly to these women, this book looks at the real conditions of young women's lives and how they would like to change them. In addition to the struggles of middle-class women, the feminist debate is taken into areas such as women in the "underclass", the workplace and single parenting. Addressing the new social and economic realities, the author appeals to women not to lose their new advantages.