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Societies' Standards By Vivienna Valentina
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A beautiful and an honest collection of poems about romance, patriarchy, sexism and society itself.
Women and Economics By Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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From the PREFACE: "This book is written to offer a simple and natural explanation of one of the most common and most perplexing problems of human life,–a problem which presents itself to... More > almost every individual for practical solution, and which demands the most serious attention of the moralist, the physician, and the sociologist– To show how some of the worst evils under which we suffer, evils long supposed to be inherent and ineradicable in our natures, are but the result of certain arbitrary conditions of our own adoption, and how, by removing those conditions, we may remove the evil resultant–"< Less
If Men Have All the Power How Come Women Make the Rules By Jack Kammer
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A brief, fun, easy-to-read, pithy, wry and witty book. One man called it “sheer, brilliant, life-changing insight.” If you think or feel something isn’t quite right about the idea... More > that “men have all the power,” you are not alone. This book will help you deal with the balance of power between the sexes in a smarter, happier, healthier way.< Less
If Men Have All the Power How Come Women Make the Rules By Jack Kammer
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A brief, fun, easy-to-read, pithy, wry and witty book. One man called it “sheer, brilliant, life-changing insight.” If you think or feel something isn’t quite right about the idea... More > that “men have all the power,” you are not alone. This book will help you deal with the balance of power between the sexes in a smarter, happier, healthier way.< Less
WOMBYNISTIC THOUGHTS By DIATA , Diata
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Wombynistic Thoughts, Volume One is a book of poetry that seeks to disband sexism, patriarchy, and misogyny, which threaten to destroy the minds, bodies, and hearts of women each day. The book is a... More > reflection of the author's experiences and observations pertaining to "everyday sexism" and its manifestations in communities of color specifically. An essential goal of this book of poetry is to educate women and men of color about the realities of sexist perspectives, and to change the negative ways women are currently viewed and treated.< Less
Eleanor Roosevelt: Her Words By Ann Kannings
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"A woman is like a tea bag; you never know how strong it is until it's in hot water." This book is a collection of the fundamental quotes and aphorisms of Eleanor Roosevelt. It grants her... More > reflections on subjects ranging from freedom, confidence, self-determination and love to man, woman, sexism and life. The well researched and edited compilation of phrases provides approaching into the way of thinking of Eleanor Roosevelt. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt was an active First Lady from 1933 to 1945. She promotes the New Deal policies of her husband, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, taking an important role as a supporter for civil rights. Eleanor Roosevelt was a suffragist who worked to develop the status of working women, even though she believed Equal Rights Amendment would negatively affect women. President Truman called her the "First Lady of the World" in acknowledgment to her human rights achievements.< Less
Two Plays By Shirley Burke Oaks
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“Two Plays” contain the memories of ten year old Shirley, the daughter of Jake and Dorothy. She sees the two magnificent women, Margie and Cassie Marie as her hero’s and views with... More > sadness how they are treated by the good people of Roselea Gap. Young Shirley learns the crippling effects racism and sexism have on a human life and cannot see the difference in white and black, madonna and whore. She watches the respectable men in Roselea use and then discard women. She sees how women of color are treated far worse than the men’s wives. Shirley learns at an early age, to trust her feelings and not the ones of the small minded townspeople around her, not even the ones in her own family. Shirley’s love and fascination for Cassie Marie’s family and Margie’s tiny babies does not comprehend color or differences, only people that she loves and admires, more so than the religious, christian and prejudice citizens in the small town of Roselea Gap.< Less
A Socio-Historical Analysis of Female Offending By Kelly Barcello
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Female Offending, Crime, Social Science, Criminal Justice
GLASS By Trevor Maynard
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Some say the glass ceiling is now well and truly smashed, but is it really? Trevor Maynard's full-length play examines how work and life interact for men and women in the changing world of office... More > politics; posing the question; "when does the sexy banter and flirting stop, and the serious business of sexism begin?"< Less
The Transformation By Robin Buckallew
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She works for the government by day. She works against the government by night. Until one day, she finds herself in the hands of the Interrogators, a not-so-secret torture team that maintains rigid... More > order in an increasingly chaotic world. With a proud heritage of strength and independence to draw on, will Typha have what it takes to survive? After the Transformation, the government is left in the hands of a council of elders, who govern according to their interpretation of the Bible. Women, regarded as little more than breeding machines, return to the kitchen…and the bedroom, where they reproduce so rapidly that all the world’s ecosystems are being threatened with extinction. As the world goes mad around them, a brave group of men and women go underground, determined to fight for what they believe, even if it means war. An epic clash between church and state unites two scientists, linked by blood and their love of freedom. The future of the species is in their hands.< Less