Natasha Walter: ‘I believed sexism would wither away. I was entirely wrong’

Look this way for Kira Cochrane’s interview with Natasha Walter in the Guardian, whose new book is Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism.

Its an intriguing interview that covers peer pressure, pornography, sleaze and gender assumptions in popular culture. Hopefully it will be more engaging than her first book, The New Feminism. I just wish Cochrane wasn’t desperate to use the “angry feminist” cliche as a hook for her article, despite Walter reiterating: “I’m not the raging sort.” Still, I liked the article, and of course the mention of Catherine Redfern‘s upcoming book. Here’s to feminist reading!