Publisher: Virago

Review: I Call Myself A Feminist: The View from Twenty-Five Women Under Thirty

Posted November 26, 2015 by Charlotte in Reviews / 0 Comments
Review: I Call Myself A Feminist: The View from Twenty-Five Women Under Thirty

I Call Myself A Feminist: The View from Twenty-Five Women Under Thirty by Victoria Pepe, Rachel Holmes, Amy Annette, Martha Mosse, Alice Stride Published by Virago on November 15 2015 Genres: Non-Fiction Pages: 269 Format: E-Book Source: Publisher Buy on Amazon Goodreads Is feminism still a dirty word? We asked twenty-five of the brightest, funniest, bravest young women what being a feminist in 2015 means to them. We hear from Laura Bates (of the Everyday Sexism Project), Reni Eddo-Lodge (award-winning journalist and author), Yas Necati (an eighteen-year-old activist), Laura Pankhurst, great-great granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and an activist in her own right, comedian Sofie Hagen, engineer Naomi Mitchison and Louise O’Neill, author of the award-winning feminist Young Adult novel Only Ever Yours. Writing about a huge variety of subjects, we have Martha Mosse and Alice Stride on how they became feminists, Amy Annette addressing the body politic, Samira Shackle on having her eyes opened in a hostel for survivors of acid attacks in Islamabad, while Maysa Haque thinks about the way Islam has informed her feminism and Isabel Adomakoh Young […]