I'm A Feminist--and A Baker, Too!
By Inside Higher Ed on September 09, 2011
[Editor’s note: What chore or hobby do you enjoy doing that seemingly conflicts with your self-image as a feminist? Needlepoint? Scrubbing the stove? Cleaning out closets? Libby Gruner at Inside Higher Ed dishes about her own guilty pleasure after reading a post about the joys of cleaning house.—Mona]
Although the blog post didn’t convince me that I needed to be more concerned with housework, it did make me wonder about something I love — why would a feminist be good at baking? Why, in other words, do I love baking so much? Should I?
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