Femclusivity

18 : 08 : 2013 Private Members Club : Grace Belgravia : Women Only

In A Room of One’s Own, first published in 1929, Virginia Woolf argued that a lack of money and privacy had prevented women from achieving creative genius. Today, Woolf might be glad to learn of a number of new female-only spaces designed to nurture women.

Femclusivity

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