Saturday, 10 October 2009

What's a SAHM then?

Why dear reader, a Subversive At Home Mum of course.

According to this article, the government sees women who put their families and communities first as... subversives.

Funnily enough I'm not surprised by this, after all this is the same government who likes to file responses from families, who are fighting to protect their way of life from the state boot as *a campaign*.

Subversive, campaigning, stay at home mothers.

Well here's a *campaign* message from one such subversive:

Hell hath no fury like a mother scorned, you would do well to remember that.

Just say NO to the DCSF.


  1. Way to go ! let battle commence!

  2. Great post!

    from another SAHM :)

  3. Quite an interesting woman, this Cristina Odone, who wrote the report for the Centre of Policy Studies. I like it how she says that, yes, this government listens to women, "but only a few".