About Louise Burfitt-Dons
I was born in the Sheikdom of Kuwait when it was still a British Protectorate. Today I live in Chiswick, London with my husband Donald. There have been plenty of other places in between!
Our two daughters Brooke and Arabella are now grown up.
I am an author and playwright. For details of books, blogs, plays, script writing and current projects go HERE.
I founded the children’s charity Act Against Bullying, co-founded Kindness Day UK, stood for Parliament in the 2015 General Election and blog on women’s issues which is why I pop up from time to time on the radio or TV talking about current affairs.
My Wikipedia entry is HERE
At our daughter Brooke’s wedding, 18 October 2014
My blog: latest news, views and opinions:
Celebrity competition, comfortable concentration camps and controversy: the growth of feminism as a publishing genre.
It’s Far From Over Anyone who lived through the 1960s could be forgiven for thinking that feminism has reached its sell by date. Girls now overtake boys at school, outnumber men at university and many earn more than their male counterparts. But, even as the pay-gap...read more
Feminism has achieved a lot a good things for girls. It’s gone far beyond just getting the vote and property rights. Women now outnumber men in the UK almost two-thirds of degree subjects, and, according to university admissions service UCAS, the gender gap in British...read more
Its ironic that the icons of women’s liberation are often those who personify the very opposite of what was originally intended, in that they represent chained-to-the-home domesticity: our own mothers. As I wrote on this blog a couple of years ago, if you ask young...read more