What do feminists think of Noel Gallagher?

Hola. Hope you are well.

I recently took the book ‘The Second Sex’ by  Simone de Beauvoir out of the library for ‘Her With One Part-time Job’. The current book I’m reading is also from the library, ‘How To Be a Woman’ by Caitlin Moran.

If someone were to go through my recent library loans they may jump to the conclusion that I am a hardcore feminist (and a Noel Gallagher fan, I got out a biography about him). I’m not sure where feminists stand on Noel Gallagher. If you are a feminist let me know your views on Noel, you can contact me via the comments button.

I digress, with the potential for me to be seen as the next Germaine Greer, when have you been mistaken for something you are not and how did that come about?

Please Note: I am a firm believer of equality on all grounds, including gender.

PPS Having finished the chapter in ‘How  To Be a Woman’ about ahem self-love, it has made me wonder if I should put Jilly Cooper‘s ‘Riders’ on my reading list.

Til next time, stay safe!

@anunknowncomic

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2 thoughts on “What do feminists think of Noel Gallagher?

  1. Yeah, what about it? I was wondering about it myself. I don’t think his songs convey anything especially identifiable in this respect, but I see some of it in his videos (for example, “The death of you and me”. And there is something amazingly tender about “Stop crying your heart out”‘s video as well.)

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