The Loose Women Debate If It’s Anti-Feminist To Want To Be A Domestic Goddess | Loose Women

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As Good Housekeeping turns 100 we ask whether women still enjoy being home-makers, and still have a desire to be the ultimate domestic goddess. But can you still be a feminist if you choose to stay at home, or is opting for a domestic role the definition of anti-feminist?

From series 26, broadcast on 17/01/22

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The 3,000th episode of Loose Women was broadcast on 15 May 2018.

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