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📒Anti Feminism Why We Should All Be Equalists ✍ Gary Snow
✏Anti Feminism Why We Should All Be Equalists Book Summary : Anti Feminism Feminism has become a group of professionally offended, totalitarian man haters using the word feminism, and it's once positive connotations, as a mask for their fascist actions. Feminist propaganda is all around us. It's manifesting itself in the minds of young impressionable girls via social media leading them to see average men as oppressive sexual predators. This is extremely damaging to their outlook on life and relationships. As you will find out, so many of the facts that they use as the basis of their arguments are completely false. Feminists use hate campaigns via social media platforms to silence anyone who disputes any of their feminist ideals. We all need to educate ourselves about this totalitarianism group and how these bitter, sexist women are brainwashing young girls and we need to do it now. If we leave this hateful and oppressive movement to grow and gain even more steam we will all suffer as a result. It needs to be stopped now before it's too late and that begins with educating ourselves so that we can spread the truth.
📒Diary Of The Other Guy ✍ Dorian Xanyn
✏Diary of the Other Guy Book Summary : A comedic look into social apathy, Diary of the Other Guy is a philosophical discussion between character and reader. Literally asking to be disagreed with at every turn, John `Jack¿ Fabbrico gives his day to day life by dictating every lurid detail of his sex-capades with a slew of women, all of which are either married or committed, during the course of what he classifies as a `standard weekend¿. Sharing his thoughts throughout one really get to know the mind of this hard to hate anti-villain. He is a self-proclaimed `Cad¿, both loving and lamenting every moment of his affairs be they professional or personal. Filled with a set of complex but relatable character this book looks at love, lust and ethics in the modern age with a raunchy tongue and cheek humor.
📒Equality For Women Is An Oxymoron ✍ James Judd
✏Equality for Women Is an Oxymoron Book Summary : I am an equalist. I believe passionately in equality. Gender equality has become a toxic mix of spin, lies and half truths laced with vested interests and hypocrisy. Its time to take a big step back and take a fresh look at... The Wage Gap, Employment, Domestic Violence, Pensions, Who Should Pay for Whom and all other gender discrimination regardless of the gender of those who will gain or lose from equality for all. Feminism is discriminatory in itself and it's insistence that equality is only for women makes true equality impossible because you can't have equality on only one side. The first step in the fight for equality is to correctly identify the causes of the inequality and by making the fight always women vs men rather than everyone against discrimination we have in many cases not yet taken this first step. Both men and women suffer from and are also beneficiaries of gender discrimination. Both men and women must give up a lot to attain equality but the advantages of true equality far outweigh the losses. Men, women and also children would gain enormously from true equality making it something we should all be fighting for together.
📒We Should All Be Feminists ✍ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
✏We Should All be Feminists Book Summary : Offers an updated definition of feminism for the twenty-first century, one rooted in inclusion and awareness.
📒Why I Am Not A Feminist ✍ Jessa Crispin
✏Why I Am Not a Feminist Book Summary : Outspoken critic Jessa Crispin delivers a searing rejection of contemporary feminism . . . and a bracing manifesto for revolution. Are you a feminist? Do you believe women are human beings and that they deserve to be treated as such? That women deserve all the same rights and liberties bestowed upon men? If so, then you are a feminist . . . or so the feminists keep insisting. But somewhere along the way, the movement for female liberation sacrificed meaning for acceptance, and left us with a banal, polite, ineffectual pose that barely challenges the status quo. In this bracing, fiercely intelligent manifesto, Jessa Crispin demands more. Why I Am Not A Feminist is a radical, fearless call for revolution. It accuses the feminist movement of obliviousness, irrelevance, and cowardice—and demands nothing less than the total dismantling of a system of oppression. Praise for Jessa Crispin, and The Dead Ladies Project "I'd follow Jessa Crispin to the ends of the earth." --Kathryn Davis, author of Duplex "Read with caution . . . Crispin is funny, sexy, self-lacerating, and politically attuned, with unique slants on literary criticism, travel writing, and female journeys. No one crosses genres, borders, and proprieties with more panache." --Laura Kipnis, author of Men: Notes from an Ongoing Investigation "Very, very funny. . . . The whole book is packed with delightfully offbeat prose . . . as raw as it is sophisticated, as quirky as it is intense." --The Chicago Tribune
📒Digital Feminist Activism ✍ Kaitlynn Mendes
✏Digital Feminist Activism Book Summary : From sites like Hollaback! and Everyday Sexism, which document instances of street harassment and misogyny, to social media-organized movements and communities like #MeToo and #BeenRapedNeverReported, feminists are using participatory digital media as activist tools to speak, network, and organize against sexism, misogyny, and rape culture. As the first book-length study to examine how girls, women, and some men negotiate rape culture through the use of digital platforms, including blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and mobile apps, the authors explore four primary questions: What experiences of harassment, misogyny, and rape culture are being responded to? How are participants using digital media technologies to document experiences of sexual violence, harassment, and sexism? Why are girls, women and some men choosing to mobilize digital media technologies in this way? And finally, what are the various experiences of using digital technologies to engage in activism? In order to capture these diverse experiences of doing digital feminist activism, the authors augment their analysis of this media (blog posts, tweets, and selfies) with in-depth interviews and close-observations of several online communities that operate globally. Ultimately, the book demonstrates the nuances within and between digital feminist activism and highlight that, although it may be technologically easy for many groups to engage in digital feminist activism, there remain emotional, mental, or practical barriers which create different experiences, and legitimate some feminist voices, perspectives, and experiences over others.
📒Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis ✍ M. Lazar
✏Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis Book Summary : The first collection to bring together well-known scholars writing from feminist perspectives within Critical Discourse Analysis. The theoretical structure of CDA is illustrated with empirical research from a range of locations (from Europe to Asia; the USA to Australasia) and domains (from parliament to the classroom; the media to the workplace).
📒Ecofeminist Philosophy ✍ Karen Warren
✏Ecofeminist Philosophy Book Summary : A philosophical exploration of the nature, scope, and significance of ecofeminist theory and practice. This book presents the key issues, concepts, and arguments which motivate and sustain ecofeminism from a western philosophical perspective.
📒Boys Literacies And Schooling ✍ Leonie Rowan
✏Boys Literacies and Schooling Book Summary : Current debates about boys and schooling in many Western nations are increasingly characterised by a sense of crisis as government reports, academic research and the day to day experiences of teachers combine to indicate that: * boys are consistently underperforming in literacy * boys are continuing to opt out of English and humanities * boys represent the majority of behaviour problems and counselling referrals * boys receive a disproportionate amount of special education support This book responds to the complexity of the current debates associated with boys, gender reform, literacy and schooling by offering a clear map of the current context, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the various competing solutions put forward, and outlining a range of practical classroom interventions designed for dealing with the boys/literacy crisis. The authors consider the ways in which particular views of masculinity, gender reform, literacy, technology and popular culture can either open up or close down new conceptualisations of what it means to be a boy and what it means to be literate.
📒The H Spot ✍ Jill Filipovic
✏The H Spot Book Summary : What do women want? The same thing men were promised in the Declaration of Independence: happiness, or at least the freedom to pursue it. For women, though, pursuing happiness is a complicated endeavor, and if you head out into America and talk to women one-on-one, as Jill Filipovic has done, you'll see that happiness is indelibly shaped by the constraints of gender, the expectations of feminine sacrifice, and the myriad ways that womanhood itself differs along lines of race, class, location, and identity. In The H-Spot, Filipovic argues that the main obstacle standing in-between women and happiness is a rigged system. In this world of unfinished feminism, men have long been able to "have it all" because of free female labor, while the bar of achievement for women has only gotten higher. Never before have women at every economic level had to work so much (whether it's to be an accomplished white-collar employee or just make ends meet). Never before have the standards of feminine perfection been so high. And never before have the requirements for being a "good mother" been so extreme. If our laws and policies made women's happiness and fulfillment a goal in and of itself, Filipovic contends, many of our country's most contentious political issues -- from reproductive rights to equal pay to welfare spending -- would swiftly be resolved. Filipovic argues that it is more important than ever to prioritize women's happiness-and that doing so will make men's lives better, too. Here, she provides an outline for a feminist movement we all need and a blueprint for how policy, laws, and society can deliver on the promise of the pursuit of happiness for all.