Charlotte Proudman is a 27-year-old feminist barrister, a member of the Society of Labour Lawyers, member of the Fabian Society, has written for the Guardian and New Statesman… you get the picture, a ray of sunshine like other feminist Labour lawyers such as Harriet Harman and Vera Baird. Her chambers profile is here.
Sarah Vine has written an excellent article about Ms Proudman’s response to a compliment from a senior lawyer in another firm, who she’d contacted. The piece is titled, ‘If a man can’t compliment a woman, the human race is in deep trouble.’
We recently published a piece linking to an article about how giving an unsolicited compliment to a women about her appearance is now considered as sexual violence – here.
When our award-winning team of graphic designers has a spare hour, they’ll prepare Ms Proudman’s Whiny Feminist of the Month award. The full list of those award winners is here, on another website we run, The Anti-Feminism League. The list of Lying Feminist of the Month award winners is here, the list of Gormless Feminist of the Month award winners here.
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