part II – introduction: women’s talk

This is the manuscript blog; Best read in sequence so start with 1 and work your way through. Enjoy!

The English language itself acts as a barrier to an expression of women’s equality but so too are we restricted in the way we talk. Becoming aware of the extent to which we are constrained and silenced by our customary language use is a real eye-opener for women.

Lets start with what we know about women’s talk.


Business and Professional Women Caboolture –  Friday 1st November 2013 Thankyou for asking me to talk this morning about modern feminism. I’m delighted to be here. Recently I have felt as though I have been brought out of retirement – as for the last 20 years feminism has not been such a popular topic. And […]