It’s the last Sunday of Women’s History month, and I thought I’d use the occasion to highlight a newly published interview with Germaine Greer – who happens to be my most admired thinker and speaker on women’s issues. To me, her views always seem intelligent, challenging, well thought through, and very relevant.
Germaine Greer spoke last week to students at Leeds Metropolitan University, and they have posted her talk on their Youtube channel, together with this ten-minute interview, in which she talks about what it is like to be an icon (she disputes that she is one!), and she reflects generally on education, women and the world.
Please note that the interview contains some strong language.