Sunday Times – book review – Fifty Shades of Feminism

Fifty Shades of Feminism edited by Lisa Appignanesi, Rachel Holmes and Susie Orbachv

Can slipping “Fifty Shades Of…” into a title sex up feminism? Presumably that’s what the editors were thinking when they dreamt up the wet leitmotif for this book. A compilation of 50 essays by female writers on what being a woman today means.

Why all women contributors? That rather suggests feminism is exclusively women’s work.

Read the full review here: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/culture/books/non_fiction/article1232103.ece

 

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      Thank you for the lovely comment! You can read the full review of The Sunday Times website – but I’m afraid there’s a pay wall. And I’d recommend the book. The title’s a bit annoying but some of the essays are wonderful, Katie

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