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Who Stole Feminism?

Who Stole Feminism?

by Christina Hoff Sommers
322 Pages · 1995 · 4.89 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Burning
by Laura Bates
0 Pages · 2015 · ePub/PDF · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Burning” is a tremendous and social reforming novel with a formulaic title that is packed with a young adult, contemporary, feminism, fiction, and suspense. This novel is authorized by Laura Bates. She is the multitalented writer and Amazon bestselling author of modern books. The whole theme of the story revolves around Anna Clark and her life consequences. Anna Clark is the leading role of this novel. The author in this novel summarizes the perspective of Anna life about sexual harassment cases, sexism and other abuses. The story has many emotional and heart touching premises that grab the attention of the reader from beginning to end. Anna moves Scotland to Birmingham to covers many tragedies of her life. She faces sexual online harassment that struck her life and torn her in pieces. By facing many troubles and issues related to sexual interaction she changes her last name. Hardly she gets rid of social media and decides to start a new life in Birmingham by forgetting her past life. She totally devastated when her past haunted her. She erases the memory of the past in her mind and starts a new life in a new country. The story is heart touching and has emotional read with a meaningful message.
Juliet Takes a Breath
by Gabby Rivera
0 Pages · 2019 · ePub/PDF · 0 Downloads · New!
“Juliet Takes a Breath” is an interesting novel written by Gabby Rivera who is a writer, youth mentor and editor of QTPOC content for The poems and short stories of Gabby have been published in various journals and anthologies. Juliet Milagros is heading towards Portland, Oregon because she is leaving the Bronx. She has a problem with her mom that is why she was away from her home but now she came out to her family. Juliet has no idea whether her mom will ever speak to her again or not. She has a plan and it might work for her. That plan is going to help her figure out the whole thing like “Puerto Rican Lesbian”. She is an intern with the author of her favourite, Harlowe Brisbane, the ultimate authority on feminism, women`s bodies, and other gay-sounding stuff. Now we have to watch whether she will be able to figure out her life over the course of one magical summer or not. Whether she is running from all the problems that are too big to handle for her. Juliet is moving to Portland with more questions than answers. This interesting novel should be read by everyone, you don’t have to a woman to like it.
The Vagina Monologues
by Eve Ensler
272 Pages · 2007 · 0.3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Vagina Monologues” is packed full of vulnerability, honesty, education, and anecdotes all centring around vaginas. Eve Ensler is the author of this book. Eve Ensler is a Tony award-winning playwright, performer, and activist. She is the author of the international phenomenon, The Vagina Monologues, which won an Obie and has been published in 48 languages and performed in over 140 countries. It is extremely primal, extremely real, purely human. It discusses human rights infringements around the world (in our own backyard and across the globe). The book clearly tells women’s rights are human rights. So begins Eve Ensler’s hilarious, eye-opening tour into the last frontier, the forbidden zone at the heart of every woman. Adapted from the award-winning one-woman show that’s rocked audiences around the world, this groundbreaking book gives voice to a chorus of lusty, outrageous, poignant, and thoroughly human stories, transforming the question mark hovering over the female anatomy into a permanent victory sign. With laughter and compassion, Ensler transports her audiences to a world we’ve never dared to know, guaranteeing that no one who reads The Vagina Monologues will ever look at a woman’s body the same way again.
Revolting Prostitutes
by Molly Smith, Juno Mac
288 Pages · 2018 · 3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Revolting Prostitutes is the sex worker rights and feminist book that tells people about the necessary rights of sex workers and how they must be treated by the government. Molly Smith and Juno Mac are the authors of this book. It is all about the fight for sex works right and the author did the brilliant by raising the questions. Find out how the law harms sex workers and what the steps the government should take to keeps things normal. The life of the sex workers is different from rest of the humans. They did not get enough respect in the society and they are always abused. Sex workers never get justice no matter how badly they are hurt or how hard they try to get justice. Things are always out of hands for them and their faith in on the hands who pays for them. Molly talks about the issues of migration. Most of the sex workers come from other countries and they are living illegally. Their visa policies are always on the threat and they are blackmail by the community. This is a remarkable book for the rights of sex workers.