afeministreviews

Just giving a feminist critique of the books I read. Pretty simple!

 

My views don't represent all feminists, as we're all different. There are liberal feminists, eco-feminists, radical feminists . . . and so on. I consider myself an anarcha-feminist, which means that I'll also include critiques of capitalism and neoliberalism in my analysis. 

Additionally, I don't think feminism is just about gender -- it's about race, class, sexuality, etc.

I'm also not here to engage with anti-feminists, sorry! 

 

I Am America (And So Can You!)

I am America (And So Can You!) - Peter Grosz, Rob Dubbin, Eric Drydale, Michael Brumm, Allison Silverman, Tom Purcell, Frank Lesser, Laura Krafft, Jay Katsir, Richard Dahm, Glenn Eichler, Peter Gwinn, Paul Dinello, Stephen Colbert Really 3.75. I think I would prefer the audio book, so that I could hear his ~sexy voice instead of wearing out my imagination.

Currently reading

The Prague Cemetery
Umberto Eco
Progress: 18/444 pages
I Am Malala
Malala Yousafzai
Progress: 15/195 pages
There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra
Chinua Achebe
Adam, Eve, and the Serpent: Sex and Politics in Early Christianity
Elaine Pagels
She's a Rebel: The History of Women in Rock and Roll
Gillian G. Gaar, Yoko Ono
Winesburg, Ohio
Sherwood Anderson
Tropical Fish: Tales From Entebbe
Doreen Baingana
The Portable Harlem Renaissance Reader
David Levering Lewis
Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Reader
Dark Star Collective, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
The Essential Feminist Reader
Estelle B. Freedman