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10 thoughts on “New Erotica for Feminists Satirical Fantasies of Love Lust and Eual Pay

  1. says:

    This was filled with many many giggles of truth

  2. says:

    Very funny but there is a distinct lack of intersectional content

  3. says:

    uick funny feminist satire I read pieces out loud to my husband who agrees deeply on the Jeff Goldblum fantasy

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    Well things are about to get steamy in here  New Erotica for Feminists takes our wildest fantasies from eual pay to a reimagining of some of our favourite films in a feminist way and makes them a reality An excellent mix of humour and satire this is going to get you talking one way or another Ok ok this isn't exactly the next 50 Shades but it should be a bestseller This is a collection that takes the worn out tropes of

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    This was cute and would make a great funny gift Got through it in about an hour Overall I loved its sense of humor and particularly the way it bent historical and literary events to be feminist However I found it to be pretty white feministy and bland While the authors indicate they left the language open so t

  6. says:

    Absolutely HILARIOUS Loved so many of the stories in this book

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    Review originally posted to wwwrebeccasravereviewswordpresscomA perfectly timely collection of hilarious anecdotes that hit that niggle you've got buried inside you whether it's strangers commenting on your parenting men undermining your button pushing ability in a lift or how you wish cat callers would focus on

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    This book is not just for women which is what I thought at first It's seriously thought provoking while being very very funny which isn't a mix I read a lot of I loved the Historical and Literary sections especia

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    After reading just a few pages I was surprised to find myself breathing harder my heart beating faster A few pages later I was kicking at the covers fidgeting As I moved to the second section my right hand started moving down my body lower and lower until my frantic fingers furtively probed the recesses of my pocket and withdrew my phone to call my representatives and demand they support Planned Parenthood and women's reproductive rights

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    Something was missing in my life it was this book Hilarious and makes me realize that I wasn´t alone in noticing a lot of t

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Read ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Î Caitlin Kunkel

He calls me into his office and closes the door to promote me He promotes me again and again I am wild with ecstasy   Imagine a world where erotica was written by feminists Their daydreams include eual pay a gender balance Very funny but there is a distinct lack of intersectional content

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New Erotica for Feminists Satirical Fantasies of Love Lust and Eual Pay

On From a retelling of Adam and Eve to tales of respectful Tinder dates  New Erotica for Feminists answers the uestion of “What do women  really want” with stories of power euality and an immortal Ruth Bader Ginsbu This book is not just for women which is what I thought at first It s seriously thought provoking while being very very funny which isn t a mix I read a lot of I loved the Historical and Literary sections especially Adam and Eve s REAL Bible story and a missing My Day column by Eleanor Roosevelt that made me laugh out loud I love the cover too very arresting play on a neon sign I m buying this for gifts for male and female friends alike this year anyone who I think would get it

Read ô eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Î Caitlin Kunkel

D Congress and Tom Hardy arriving at their doorstep to deliver a fresh case of LaCroix every week   Both light hearted and empowering New Erotica for Feminists is a sly satirical take on all the things that turn feminists This was cute and would make a great funny gift Got through it in about an hour Overall I loved its sense of humor and particularly the way it bent historical and literary events to be feminist However I found it to be pretty white feministy and bland While the authors indicate they left the language open so that anyone could fill themselves in regardless of gender identity or racial background I found the content pretty prototypical for white feminist circles