Chrissy mainly writes about parenting, sexual politics and the sociology of the body. Not usually at the same time. She has blogged irregularly for UK feminist site The F Word, and reviewed movie releases, lectures and books from a feminist perspective. She blogs for HuffPost and has contributed to Juno magazine and Natural Mamas. She has a four year old son and a 18 month-old daughter.
Attachment Feminism was set up in 2012 and journals a journey in feminist and attachment parenting. It covers issues such as breastfeeding, breastfeeding legislation, sleep sharing, gentle parenting and day to day attachment parenting from a feminist perspective. Chrissy is a keen writer and photographer.
Attachment Feminism is not a lifestyle blog, but seems to be slowly turning into one in among the feminism, politics and parenting.
Chrissy’s debut book - Attachment Feminism: Attachment Parenting from a Feminist Perspective - is available now. It is a collection of articles, essays and posts previously published, as well as original pieces and an introduction to the feminism in attachment parenting.