Feminists Don't Wear Pink (and other lies): Amazing women on what the F-word means to them
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Some of the writings just went over my head entirely, leaving me sat there thinking “ok…but why did I just read that? If we're going to be good feminists, then I think we have a responsibility to nurture not only ourselves, but the future men who are going to stand alongside future women. Readers beginning their feminist journey will find Claire Horn’s ‘A Short History of Feminist Theory’ especially useful, summarising as it does the movement’s origins, multi-stranded history and contemporary incarnations. I've seen a lot of reviews from feminists saying that they realised after they started reading it that they realised they weren't the target audience for this book - but who is the target audience for this book?
As well as discussing this pervasive media stereotype of female competition, Keira shares her experiences of shame, sexual objectification and motherhood. I think that this book is a great introduction to feminism and if you're looking to read more on that topic, it's a good place to start! this is a wonderful collection for a huge diversity of authors and voices and defiantly a great read for teens that need to understand why feminism is important and what it can mean and what it isn’t (the hate for any and all things male as do many many people believe feminism stands for). Many topics are covered here, such as sexism, the history of the waves of feminism, misogyny, the patriarchy and one I found to be most interesting, periods.Feminism has been known to make the odd person or two nervous, and certainly generates a sizeable amount of controversy. So this is for people who already identify as feminists" ( A playlists for Feminists in any situation - Akilah Hughes, p.
Published in partnership with Girl Up, the UN women's foundation, royalties will benefit this amazing charity. While I was reading this book, I had a lot of flashbacks to Emma Watson's "He for She" speech in 2014. may have celebrated 100 years since British women were given the right to vote, but the fight for equality is far from over. Ada pula yang bertutur bagaimana mereka terinspirasi dari kekuatan dan ketangguhan ibu mereka dalam memposisikan peran wanita di masyarakat.Munroe talks about inclusive feminism, the importance of the three ‘S’s of self-care and being an activist. She has had work published in The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Times, Vogue and a number of other online and offline magazines and newspapers. After reading this I am filled with an urgent desire to actually go out and do something about these wrongs! The writings were categorised into groups such as “epiphany” (discovering feminism), and I almost wish they weren’t. With this book however, expect a no-mess approach, because it sure as hell sets the record straight on all things equality.
It became an event, with me buddy reading this with my friend Jess and setting time aside in my hectic uni reading schedule to make sure I read it.
As a reader I think the book could have benefitted from more discussion on the education of future generations. I don't know if I would actually recommand it for young girls that would want to discover feminism, because I'm not sure whether the book actually gives answer at some point.
Moreover, as I'm not new to reading about feminism, I feel like I only learnt something new from a minority of writing pieces, so that was a bit of a let-down, but the book isn't at fault in that! Join our community to get personalised book suggestions, extracts straight to your inbox, 10% off RRPs, and to change children’s lives. When I came across a couple such essays in a row, I started to get bored and almost gave up on the book. Beberapa aktivitas mengkorelasikan perjuangan keadilan gender melalui pengalaman pribadinya sehingga mereka tergerak untuk ikut menyuarakan hal tersebut.
Some people might really enjoy it, especially since so many of its components are rather "bite-sized," so to speak.