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My teacher… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. Nicola Ranson was top in her maths class. Not that her teacher cared.

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Living in Italy… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. For Rachael Martin, it was a fertility campaign in her beloved Italy that made her see red.

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The thought of marriage… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. For Sophie Scott it was the ‘traditions’ of a marriage.

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A school play… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. For Sally-Anne Hayward it was what she did with a doll in a school play that sealed the deal.

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Politics… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. For Kirsty Blackman, SNP MP for Aberdeen North, it was working towards her place in the House of Commons, a “representative democracy” that’s still 71 per cent men.

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Poly Styrene… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. A punk legend with wild hair and braces gave Sarah Ledger the confidence to refuse to be defined by the limits of traditional femininity.

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Comedy… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers explore when they knew they were feminist. A change of career sounded Juliette Burton’s klaxon.

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An anti-feminist… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers explore when they knew they were feminist. It took an old-school Tory dicksplash and a desire to work to make Ruth Bratt’s alarm go right off.

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A man… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers explore when they knew they were feminist. Hazel Davis had several ‘yikes!’ moments before her alarm went off big time.

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My school’s ‘period chat’… made me a feminist

Standard Issue writers are exploring when they knew they were feminist. Penny Anderson had her eyes opened when she was referred to as a ‘baby machine’. Oh hell, no.