Caitlin Moran

Great Britain

Tuesday 17 September 2013 at 20:00 Dronningesalen
According to Moran, a feminist is a person who believes that women should have the right to make their own decisions.
According to Moran, a feminist is a person who believes that women should have the right to make their own decisions.

There’s no beating around the bush, when Caitlin Moran writes about all the subjects that are relevant for today’s women.

According to the British broadcaster, TV critic and columnist Caitlin Moran, it is easy to determine who’s a feminist: it is all men and women who believe that women should have the right to make their own decisions. Period. This is her simple and not extreme starting point. Moran believes that feminism in this sense is way too important to leave to the academics. Thousands of readers agree with her.

Caitlin Moran’s bestselling book How to Be a Woman, which sold over 500.000 copies in England, is both a personal memoir and debate book. We follow the bright Caitlin from the age of thirteen and through the next twenty years. She quotes her diaries, siblings, Germaine Greer and glossy magazines, but most importantly she gives her own opinions.

Porn, Politics and Lady Gaga
She writes about both private and political issues, and about subjects that are relevant to women – and not always subjects that are the most decent and common ones. For example: good and bad porn, sexism, love, insufferable boyfriends, the importance of a bra, flirts at the office, the necessity of having children, the necessity of not having children, the period, body hair and why Lady Gaga is actually a liberating and healthy role model for both men and women.  

About Moran
Caitlin Moran, British journalist and television host. Throughout the last 18 years she has been a columnist in The Times. She also used to be a writer for the music magazine ‘The Melody Maker’. She was raised in the countryside with seven siblings. Today she is married and has two children.  

 

At the event Caitlin Moran is interviewed by the Danish reporter Johanne Mygind.

 

 
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