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==Feminist Fiction==
==Feminist Fiction==
The Bostonians
The Boston Girl
==Feminist Graphic Novels==
==Feminist Graphic Novels==

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Feminist Non-Fiction

An honest and biting portrayal of one woman's encounter with one aspect of the gender war. Men wrongly assume women don't understand things and attempt to explain them, now known as mansplaining. Rebecca Solnit addresses the highly problematic silencing of women in this effective and thought provoking essay.
A collection of essays that explores the personal evolution of one woman of color. This book is the portrayal of one woman's journey and her experience with feminism, as well as her belief of what being a feminist means. Her commentary on feminism today as well as her reflection on modern culture is eye opening.
The guide to navigating sexism at work. A fight club began in one woman's living room and has expanded to reach everyone that picks up this book. The first rule in the Feminist Fight Club is that everyone must talk about the Feminist Fight Club.
A collection of essays that address feminism, geek culture, and the personal experience of one writer as she tries to navigate writing genre fiction.
Not your typical fairy tales. More than 100 folktales within this work finally boast of the tales of heroines who did not need rescuing. Brave mothers, daring young girls, warrior women, and fearless female rulers of kingdoms come together in the first multicultural collection of it's kind. Every woman and little girl can find a heroine they relate to in this extraordinary work.
A collection of essays that address feminism, geek culture, and the personal experience of one writer as she tries to navigate writing genre fiction.
A twelve hundred year long struggle that's culminated in the creation of feminist consciousness, women's history, and women finally beginning to free their minds from patriarchal thought.
An accessible and refreshing approach to women's history and women's and gender studies that traces the beginnings of the feminist movement in America to the 1920's and follows the post-suffrage movements.
A groundbreaking work of feminist literature that explores the impact of sexism on black women slaves, racism of certain feminists, as well as the devaluation of black womanhood, and the impact black women have had on feminism. A book worthy of a place in every feminists library.
Covering a broad range of cultural issues, Nugent successfully takes her place as an eloquent feminist on the rise in the literary world. Her ability to share her own experiences and articulate possible solutions for those dealing with similar issues is invaluable in a society that still often misunderstands the true meaning of feminism.
A witty and biting examination of feminism's past and present.
Race and gender politics are the focus of this book that examines hip-hop culture and attempts to reconcile feelings of loving hip-hop while simultaneously loathing patriarchy and sexism.
A bold and original collection written by two women who introduce new themes of family and mixed ethnicity and how they impact and change feminism and feminist values.
This book is the result of an empowering online project designed to give women a place to recount everyday sexism, as well as inspire each other with ideas on how to fight back. You are not alone and this book is proof.
One religious woman's account of how Jesus made her into a feminist.
This book holds 28 refreshing and necessary adaptions of classic fairy tales and turns them into striking tales of strong female role models who do not need rescuing.
Reviews the methodology of feminist criticism and examines examples of some of the most critiqued women's literature in history.
Harilyn Russo smashes the idea that her life is built around overcoming her disability, instead, she seeks to overcome the prejudice that surrounds her disability. She offers her very confrontational and honestly necessary personal story here, sharing her empowering journey, and her desire for all of us to stop telling her she is inspirational.
Three women, considered the cornerstones of modern feminism, are detailed here in an enriching and revealing work of their combines biographies.
The wives of King Henry VIII are most often remembered for how they died, but found within this book is a very human reexamination from a feminist point of view that very much returns their humanity to their stories.
40 years ago two groups championing women's rights and family values drew a line in the sand that separated the two different groups and made them liberal vs conservative. The rift continues and is seen in modern politics at every level of government as one group seeks to ensure women's rights and the other tries to control them.

POSTGRAD, Caroline Kitchener

Feminist Biographies

Nellie Bly, Daredevil, Reporter, Feminist. My life, my love, my legacy. Coretta Scott King. Not Pretty Enough Margaret the First Sex Object

Outercourse: the bedazzling voyage, containing recollections from my log book as a radical feminist philosopher

The Maid of the North Difficult Women Bitch! In Praise of Difficult Women Feminism: Reinventing the F Word Not Pretty Enough, the unlikely triumph of Helen Gurley Brown Bad Girls go Everywhere We Should All be Feminists Girls and Sex We were Feminists Once Notorious RBG I'll Take You There Wild My Life on the Road Hunger Makes me a Modern Girl Sisters in Law Dietland Shrill Americanah You Can't Touch my Hair All the Single Ladies Trainwreck You don't have to like me: essays

Feminist Fiction

The Bostonians The Boston Girl

Feminist Graphic Novels

Persepolis Castle Waiting Ms. Marvel (1,2,3,4,5,6) Bitch Planet (1,2) Rat Queens (1,2,3) Rapunzel's Revenge Princeless (1,2,3) Sisters Smile A Winkle in Time Lumberjanes (1,2,3,4,5) Primates: The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Birute Galdikas. The Return of Zita Hidden: A Child's Story of the Holocaust Ghosts Bera the One Headed Troll Amelia Rules The Baby-Sitter's Club (1,2,3,4) Roller Girl Awkward Dragon's Beware Little Robot Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (1,2,3) Delilah Dirk (1,2) Amulet (1,2,3,4,5,6,7)

Feminist Juvenile Fiction


Ada Twist Scientist

The Ballad of the Pirate Queens Not One Damsel in Distress

Feminist Juvenile Non-fiction

I Dissent Rad American Woman A-Z Rad Women Worldwide A is for Activist Sonia Sotomayer: A Judge Grows up in Brooklyn I am Rosa Parks Coco Chanel Hillary Rodham Clinton: Dreams Take Flight Rosie Revere Engineer I am Amelia Earhart Bad Girl: Clara and the Shirtwaist Makers Strike of 1909 Ada Lovelace: Poet of Science, the First Computer Programmer Separate is never Equal Girls Think of Everything Women in Science 50