Feminist reluctantly admits women's fight for equality has gone too far

Looking back, I can pinpoint the precise moment I became a feminist. I was 17, a bright-eyed student at Warwick University, with a well-thumbed copy of The Female Eunuch clutched in my hand.

There in the lecture hall in front of me was Germaine Greer, empowering us all with talk of women’s liberation.

During the years that have...