“Fascinating Womanhood” This book is written by Helen Andelin. An excellent book which is a real eye-opener and could be used as a textbook to understand men and how to build a real happy solid marriage. This is the type of book that can change a life, depending on how to open one is to its lessons.
“Dear Ijeawele, Or A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen ” is marvelous in which the writer gives every parent fifteen suggestions on how to abandon our misconceptions and get out of our own way. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is a writer with marvelous personality and is the author of award-winning and bestselling books. she divides her time between the United States and Nigeria. In this novel writer inspires us to fight for the equality of girls. She thinks that the blue color is not made for boys and pink for girls. Cleaning and cooking is a basic life skill and not a gender role. In this book writer very beautifully inspires parents to bring up their daughters as feminists. She thinks that girls and boys should have the equal right to choose. In short in this book writer very clearly and straightforwardly tells gives suggestions to her friend who wants sincere advice from her.
The “On the Evolution of Intimacy: A Brief Exploration into the Past, present, and Future of Gender and Love” is a best-selling book that reveals about the relationship. The author of this great book is Charles M. Johnston. He is a Psychiatrist and futurist. He is the best known as the originator of Creative Systems Theory. He writes numerous books and articles on the future and how we can superlatively prepare to meet it. On the Evolution of Intimacy, Charles reveals how we think about intimacy and gender.
In his previous book, Johnston gives a map and we can use to move forward into the new area. But now, it is a huge territory and its exploration requires the new skills, ideas, and wisdom set forth in this book. After reading this book, the reader will avoid pitfalls thinking, action and polarization. All in all, On the Evolution of Intimacy, is a must-read for anyone, who wishes to squeeze a more mature holding of the unfolding evolution of intimacy.
The “Human Diversity: The Biology of Gender, Race, and Class” is an amazing book for all the readers. Charles Murray is the author of this great book. Charles Murray is the W.H. Brady Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He came to national attention first in 1984 with Losing Ground and most recently in 2012 with Coming Apart. This book is very interesting and worth to read for all the readers. The discussion about nature versus nurture is not just one of the many issues in social science. It is fundamental for everything involving human behavior.
The book explores the progress made subsequent to the sequencing of the human genome. Dr. Murray explodes the PC myths about human diversity. But this is neither a black and white book nor settled science but an interim report. Much more to research and learn particularly with respect to non-American non-European populations. Charles Murray actually takes the time to compile significant up-to-date information and then delivers it in a palatable and easy-to-read style. To sum it up, Human Diversity is a worth to read a book for all the readers.
“The Feminine Mystique (50th Anniversary Edition)” is an outstanding book in which author discusses the problems women were facing in sixth decade of 20th century. This book tells us why the literacy rate of women was low in the past and there were only few women achieving higher education. This ambition giving and motivating book is written by Betty Friedan and his coworkers. This is the best New York Times selling book. This book tells the behavior of society towards women’s education. This book explains how women were compelled to leave the college and get married in early teenage. He tried to make us realize the importance of women’s education and their role just like men in society.
This book enlightens the frustration and depression that is caused by this unfair attitude with women. Here in this women should not be judged as a mother or wife or in any relationship because all these relations are different aspects of life and she never compromises on her professional life if she had given chance. The author tells that women are as much confident as men and can do each and everything which men can do. This book is an inspiration and lesson giving to be a successful nation and then successful country.
The “You and Your Gender Identity: A Guide to Discovery” is a great book for understanding our gender issues. Dara Hoffman is the author of this informative book. Dara Hoffman is a queer-identified gender therapist, writer, educator and transgender rights advocate. She provides educational resources through a blog, YouTube channel, social media network, training and presentations. In this book, Dara gives you all the tools to fully delve into and explore the question of what your gender identity is. She prepares the reader to walk through a process of asking questions that help the readers to identify what does ring with you at that time.
Furthermore, You and Your Gender Identity guides with exercises for the readers to do and gain insight into their gender identity. To know more about of your gender identity, read this book. It is interesting and worth reading, so it will engage the readers from start to the last page. I highly recommended this book for anyone, who want to clarify their feelings and consequent actions regarding their birth and internalized gender. All in all, You and Your Gender Identity is a necessary book if you are questioning your gender identity.