The Great Feminist Denial
Feminism has been a bad, bad girl. All around us, feminism is getting the blame for women not having babies. For the stress of working mothers. And for the rise of 'raunch culture'. It seems that the final feminist destination is a sordid, selfish mess. What happened? Why has feminism gone from being a movement that was there to help women, to one that is held responsible for much of what ails them? And what does feminism really stand for? In this refreshing book, Monica Dux and Zora Simic-who do call themselves feminists-examine the popular debates in which feminism stands accused. They show how this Great Feminist Denial is suppressing genuine debate about the problems that women face, and preventing real feminism from providing the solutions that it still has to offer. The Great Feminist Denial puts an ailing feminist past to rest, and proposes a way forward that offers the young women of today a new way of calling themselves feminists.
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Review: The Great Feminist Denialユーザー レビュー - Johanna - Goodreads
This is a comprehensive look at Feminism over the past decades, focusing on the direction in which the women's movement appears to be headed. The book opens with the question, is feminism still ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: The Great Feminist Denialユーザー レビュー - Catherine - Goodreads
Mostly I enjoyed this but I found the fact that the authors didn't make any suggestions for solutions to be intensely irritating. l know that wasn't actually what they were going for but it still bugged the shit out of me. レビュー全文を読む
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