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    The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan

    The Feminine Mystique, published 19 February 1963, is a book written by Betty Friedan which brought to light the lack of fulfillment in many women's lives, which was generally kept hidden. According to The New York Times obituary of Friedan in 2006, it “ignited the contemporary women's movement in 1963 and as a result permanently transformed the social fabric of the United States and countries around the world” and “is widely regarded as one of the most influential nonfiction books of the 20th century. ”


    Woman by Natalie Angier

    With clarity, insight, and panache, Natalie Angier explores that most enigmatic of evolutionary masterpieces, the female body. Incorporating new material on the latest science and changes in our understanding of evolutionary psychology, Angier guides readers through everything from organs to orgasm, hormones to hysterectomies. In Woman , Angier shows how cultural biases have influenced evolutionary psychology and led to dubious conclusions about “female nature,” such as the idea that women are innately monogamous while men are philanderers. But she doesn’t just point fingers; with enlightened subversiveness, she offers a joyful, fresh vision of womanhood. Woman is an essential read for anyone interested in how biology affects who we are—as women, as men, and as human beings.


    The Subjection Of Women by John Stuart Mill

    John Stuart Mill's 1869 essay The Subjection of Women argues for equality between the sexes, putting forward ideas that were an affront to many at the time. His wife, Harriet Taylor Mill, is credited with co-authoring the essay. The Subjection of Women puts forward a detailed and passionate opposition to the social and legal inequalities imposed on women by society. Mill saw that he was going against the grain of the time, but argued that such inequality was a past relic from a time when might equaled right and that it had no place in the modern world. Inequality between the sexes limited human development as it made half of humanity unable to contribute to society outside of their own homes.


    Backlash by Susan Faludi

    *Skillfully Probing the Attack on Women's Rights* "Opting-out," "security moms," "desperate housewives," "the new baby fever"--the trend stories of 2006 leave no doubt that American women are still being barraged by the same backlash messages that Susan Faludi brilliantly exposed in her 1991 bestselling book of revelations. Now, the book that reignited the feminist movement is back in a fifteenth anniversary edition, with a new preface by the author that brings backlash consciousness up to date. When it was first published, *Backlash* made headlines for puncturing such favorite media myths as the "infertility epidemic" and the "man shortage," myths that defied statistical realities. These willfully fictitious media campaigns added up to an antifeminist backlash. Whatever progress feminism has recently made, Faludi's words today seem prophetic. The media still love stories about stay-at-home moms and the "dangers" of women's career ambitions; the glass ceiling is still low; women are still punished for wanting to succeed; basic reproductive rights are still hanging by a thread. The backlash clearly exists. With passion and precision, Faludi shows in her new preface how the creators of commercial culture distort feminist concepts to sell products while selling women downstream, how the feminist ethic of economic independence is twisted into the consumer ethic of buying power, and how the feminist quest for self-determination is warped into a self-centered quest for self-improvement. *Backlash* is a classic of feminism, an alarm bell for women of every generation, reminding us of the dangers that we still face. From the Trade Paperback edition.


    Woman's Estate by Juliet Mitchell

    Juliet Mitchell is Professor of Psychoanalysis and Gender Studies at the University of Cambridge. She is the author of Psychoanalysis and Feminism ; Siblings: Sex and Violence ; and Mad Men and Medusas .


    Warrior Marks - by Alice Walker



    The Dialectic Of Sex by Shulamith Firestone



    The Descent Of Woman by Elaine Morgan



    Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions by Gloria Steinem



    Contemporary Feminist Thought by Hester Eisenstein



    Feminist Theory by Bell Hooks



    Whoredom In Kimmage by Rosemary Mahoney



    Woman and Labor by Olive Schreiner



    The Obstacle Race by Germaine Greer



    Sapphic Songs by Elsa Gidlow



    Witches, Midwives, and Nurses by Barbara and English, Deirdre Ehrenreich



    Scum Manifesto by Valerie Solanas



    The Life and Rebellious Times Of Cicely Hamilton by Lis Whitelaw



    Second Sex V227 by Simone De Beauvoir



    Feminist Theory From Margin To Center by Bell Hooks



    Where Is Your Body? Cl by Mari J Matsuda



    Where Is Your Body? by Mari J Matsuda



    Who Stole Feminism? by Christina H Sommers



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