[[ BOOKS ]] ✪ The Guilty Feminist: From our noble goals to our worst hypocrisies Author Deborah Frances-White – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Guilty Feminist: From our noble goals to our worst hypocrisies THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER Brand New Interviews With Fleabag S Phoebe Waller Bridge And Nanette S Hannah Gadsby Everything You Wanted To Know About Feminism But Were Afraid To Ask Emma ThompsonWhy Do We Find It So Hard To Say No What Does Poker Teach Us About Power Structures How Can Feminism Be Inclusive The Guilty Feminist Will Challenge You, Reassure You And Empower You To See The World DifferentlyFrom Workplace Inclusion To Intersectionality, MeToo To Men S Rights, Rom Coms To Pornography, Deborah Frances White Tackles Urgent Questions For The Modern Woman Featuring Interviews With Activists, Businesswomen And All Round Inspirations, The Guilty Feminist Examines How Women Can Abandon Their Guilt, Say No When They Mean It , Say Yes When They Want To , And To Change The World And Ourselves For The Better Genius Sunday Times Funny, Fresh, Thought ProvokingObserver Breathes Life Into Conversations About Feminism Phoebe Waller Bridge Quite Possibly The Defining Feminist Of Our Generation Elizabeth Day Very Funny, Very Clever, Very Thoughtful And Very Relevant Dolly Alderton Encouraging Every Woman To Say I Get To Be Heard I Deserve To Be Seen Daily Express A Passionate And Engaging Manifesto, Reminding Readers That Feminism Isn T One Size Fits All I


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8 thoughts on “The Guilty Feminist: From our noble goals to our worst hypocrisies

  1. says:

    This book is brilliant Easy to read, funny, eye opening could it be the seminal feminist text of the 21st century Well, it s definitely got my vote.I ve been listening to the podcast for a couple of years, and so in that awkward way that you get with people you f


  2. says:

    Listeners of The Guilty Feminist podcast note to non listeners it s utterly brilliant, give it a go , will know just how good this book is likely to be And it is THAT GOOD Empowering, insightful, shocking and at pretty frequent moments rant iducing, it s worth every mom


  3. says:

    I have been listening to the Guilty Feminist podcast for the last few months and really enjoyed it so decided to buy the book and what a great decision The book has the right mix of comedy and practical information advice delivered in Deborah s classic no nonsense style Highly


  4. says:

    I read this while on a 3 month Erasmus plus placement in Marseille France During moments where I felt like my humanity and self belief were dying by the wayside this book lifted me up and also made me feel better for reading another book alongside written by a male comedian and leake


  5. says:

    Whether you re a die hard feminist who already listens to this podcast every week, or new to the whole thing with no interest in podcasts, this book is amazing.It s accessible at all levels and thoroughly interesting and enjoyable to read I d particularly love to see an extended edition of


  6. says:

    An absolutely inspiring book which I know I will re read and refer back to intelligent, funny and challenging I must remember I have my own privilege and want to do my best to make life inclusive for others Also think lots of men should read this Order now peeps


  7. says:

    Deborah Frances White brings together some amazing stories about and by fun, fearless feminists to both empower women and non binary people as well as neutralise the guilt that comes with being a 21st century feminist There are incredible stories of feminism and musings about life that beautifully bring


  8. says:

    Read cover to cover on a 5 hour train journey It made me chuckle and also made me well up.Really good if you are a fan of the podcast or if you are entirely new to feminism.Looking forward to the sequel


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