This chapter tells a collective story of feminist mothers’ maternal practice as a form of resistance to gender inequality and originates from my research exploring feminist mothers’ experiences of raising sons. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with twenty self-identified feminist mothers of sons. A grounded theory analysis was applied to the data and emerging themes were structured and represented through a post-structural feminist lens. The assertions made in this chapter stem from a specific focus on a particular, localised group. The interviewees are predominantly higher-degree graduates, middle-class and urbanised Australian women. The knowledge produced is authoritative only from and within this specified locale, but this does not mean the knowledge is ahistorical and non-contextual. The interviewees and their lived experiences are impacted by, enact and interact continuously with wider social narratives about gender and about mothers and sons.