4 edition of Feminists Dont Wear Pink (and Other Lies) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Penguin Books, Limited|
|Publishers||Penguin Books, Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Save a sister, make a new friend. Feminism has never been more deeply and widely embraced and discussed, but what exactly does the F word mean? Overall I really loved and learnt from a lot of the essays and would definitely recommend it!
This book is a book of feelings that are transforming into thoughts that are transforming into action. I also personally found that this was a perfect book to take on the go with you. These essays illuminate the path for our future female leaders. We all have different ways of acting on it, if one does at all. 1 person found this helpful. " - The Observer "Pick it up and read one story from your favourite columnist or actress, but I guarantee you'll end up reading the full, illuminating collection, and you'll possibly finish Feminists Dont Wear Pink (and Other Lies) knowing more about your own personal stance than you imagined.
For everyone else- skip it and save your money. Picking up this book, I had high expectations. Turns to only male intern who is busy doing something else Denis, come and help me with this. Each examines what feminism means to that one person and the closeness or contradictions the individual feels and faces within the feminist movement. Carry lipstick, pain relief like Tylenol or Aspirin, and tampons, always.
I would however have liked to have heard more from trans women in particular. Almost eighty years later Jennifer Denzel reveals on daytime television that as a teenager she'd found her sister Charlotte hanging by a school tie in their bedroom.
It is clear that there is no one route to feminism, and there is no "right way" to do it - people find their own path in their own way, and feel free to wear pink while doing so!
I listened to the audiobook but I'm definitely going to buy a physical copy because I find this one of these rare books that I have to add to my bookshelf because it is just such a gem. Being a feminist would mean disposing of half my wardrobe, revealing my spotty skin and hairy legs to the world and putting an end to the twenty-plus daily MSN messages I sent to boys I had crushes on.
Case number one Manager: Can anybody help me use the staple gun to put up these posters? Mit dabei sind unter anderem Texte von Schauspielerinnen, Aktivistinnen, Unternehmerinnen und Autorinnen.
I laughed out loud at several points, especially the bit to do with the period pants near the beginning! Simply put, I had a privileged upbringing.
personal preference but personal review so i can say it.
This book is here, to tell anyone, that they can be exactly who they want to be.