Germaine Greer is a woman not to be reckoned with. A former Professor of English at the University of Warwick, but a native Australian, she leaped to the public's attention after publishing The Female Eunuch in 1970, which received as much praise as it did opposition.
Not afraid to say what she sees, Germaine was a major feminist voice of the mid-Twentieth century. Her path of practicality instead of political correctness is both refreshing and inspiring.
In her speeches, Germaine is prepared to talk about almost any subject. Her straight talking persona shines through and makes for an amusing and stimulating experience.