I have listened to the entire programme. A lot of what the women said was completely alien to me as far as my understanding of feminism goes, but I recognise that it's a broad church and there are many people who call themselves feminists with whom I share little in common. I felt however, that instead of looking at feminism in it's most basic form, which is the idea that men and women are equal, it decided to focus on the more radical 'men are bad' aspects (which I do not subscribe to) and portrayed this as mainstream feminism (which in my experience it is not). I have two sons. I am not conflicted about how to raise them at all. I have a very close relationship with my 13 year old, but I couldn't say whether that was because of my feminist ideals of equality, or just because I'm naturally quite an open and honest person and as such no topic has ever really been out of bounds in our house (unlike in my own upbringing). Plus, there was a couple of years when it was just me and him, and I do think we've got a bond unlike the ones I have with my other two children because we never had to share each other. Our relationship is the longest running in the house. Maybe that makes a difference, maybe it doesn't. Maybe I'll find out when my other son grows older, but at the moment he's only 3. My relationship with my daughter is very close, but again I'm not sure whether that's to do with the fact that I try to be a strong female role model for her, or because she is naturally just a really loving, caring, sweet kid. She's also only 8. So who can say.