Feminism might be one of the hottest—and most contested—buzzwords of our current political and social climate. It seems like everyone has their own definition and connotations they associate with the word, but you’ll find a commonality in these masterful essay collections by some of our most prominent and astute women writers: somewhere in their own classification of the term is love, power, autonomy, and justice—for all people.
This personal, eloquent, and unique essay offers readers a definition of feminism for the twenty-first century—and for the next generations—which is rooted in inclusion and awareness.
For your feminist friends
Rebecca Traister offers a comprehensive study of the power of independent women in America through the fascinating history of unmarried women and their lasting, radical effect on the nation.