It took me a few weeks, not because it's not good, but because its topic anti-capitalist feminism is heavy. Like Caitlin Morananother compulsive and essentially self-taught writer, she went to places others didn't and brought back things they had missed.
Overall, I loved this book and felt more enlightened from reading it - while the writing itself is somewhat repetitive, ranty and clunky at times, the messages are nonetheless important ones. Reuse this content.
Penny elucidated the need for feminism in a witty, passionate, and honest voice and brought the conversation back to its second wave inception. But I do want to talk about the major themes of the last chapters. And it's not a book of self help or personal liberation - not about fixing yourself to fit the system.
Jul 12, Christine rated it liked it Shelves: rape-and-honor-studiesnetgalley-and-arcsfeministminority-and-women-writers. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. PillPack Pharmacy Simplified. This was also a problem with her kindle single about Cypersexism, which is adapted and included in this book.
Or, you know, not. To government.
It is that fear that keeps us cowed and conformist. But once again, Penny states it loudly and clearly for all to hear: Feminism has never just been about liberating women from men, but about freeing every human being from the straitjacket of gender oppression.
Jul 21, Susana rated it really liked it Shelves:releasesarcnetgalleynon-fictionfeminism. While Penny does not mince words as she chronicles the hurts of sexism and misogyny, she also offers hope.
If it was up to her, the world would be a different place. She is not unfair in her attitude to men, but I don't agree with every thing she says. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers.