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Laura Bates

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Recommended 10 mai 2014
Par A. STYLE - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've just finished reading the book.

The book documents the verbal and physical abuse a lot of women have to put up with, predominantly by men, almost on a daily basis in the UK & US.

The author does discuss briefly abuse against men, but the book is essentially about women.

As a father and grandfather of girls I found it very shocking that this stuff is still happening.

Laura Bates does a good job raising awareness of everyday sexism against women. She, however, only briefly discusses solutions.

BTW, I didn't find the book anti-men at all.

It is anti-abuse whether committed by men or women.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Everyday Sexism 3 juin 2014
Par Vienna mathisen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A wonderful book that details the struggles that women face in everyday life due to sexism/misogyny. It is eye opening and well researched. I highly recommend it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mindblowing 16 juin 2014
Par Vivian Chandra - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Having followed the Everyday Sexism project on Twitter and the website for a while now, I was looking forward to a book summary. This did not disappoint, it roughly categorises the themes and illustrates them (sometimes painfully, sometimes with humour) with real stories from the Project.
Recommended read, especially for parents raising the next generation.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 shocking 28 juin 2014
Par Lorna Bailey - Publié sur Amazon.com
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this great profile of how sexism is embedded into almost every aspect of daily life. Raises awareness of how women adapt and make decisions based on sexism often without even being fully aware of the reasons they are doing this. Excellent book and highly recommended to men and women
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Has the time come to treat sexism as we would racism, Islamophobia or homophobia?- I say YES! 14 juillet 2014
Par T. Washington - Publié sur Amazon.com
Every so often you come across a book that completely changes the way you think about sometihng or someone( case in point: "Medical Apartheid: The Dark History Of Experimentation On Black Americans From Colonial Times To The Present", Doubleday 2007 by my namesake Harriet Washington, "Every Mother's Son" by Judith Arcana and others) . "Everyday Sexism" is one of those books. I should declare my own bias on this issue, in my salad days, I was accused and got in trouble at one workplace for sexual harassment( in my defence I was doing more than I saw other men doing at the time). As was said of Napoleon, if at age twenty a man is not a revolutionary then he has no heart, but if he is STILL a revolutionary at age 50 then he has no head.
The biggest question for a man( such as yours truly) reading this chilling compendium of sexist commentary and practises( from catcalls on the street from the seeming preoccupation of _usually male commentators- about female politicians appearances from Julia Gillard and Angela Merkel's childless status and choice in shoes to Hillary Clintons laugh and looks- the so-called "Clinton cackle"- as if order to be a viable Presidential candidate you had to look like a film star- which would have ruled out Harry S.Truman, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon to name but a few past Chief Executives), is to ask that in a society which (rightly) abhors discrimination based on race/skin colour, religion-Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia- or increasingly, sexual orientation, why is sexism and other forms of gender based discrimination so widely tolerated( OK women are the primary victims but men also suffer from it as Laura Bates reminds us)???
(more full disclosure: I am the uncle of two now grown up nieces. From time to time I would say something and my eldest neice who was always precocious would say"Uncle Terry, that's sexist!" I think I'm starting to see what she meant.
Recent events- Elliot Rodger's gender motivated killing spree in Islas Vistas(even if only two of his victims were women, his misogynist "manifesto" envisaged killing many more). the campaign against FGM( female genital mutilation-ludicorusly defended or condoned by some "progressives" on the grounds that criticism of it was "racist" or even "Islamophobic"), Boko Haram's mass abduction of Nigerian schoolgirls(and threats to forcibly marry them off), the recent UN Conference about making war rape a war crimne/crime against humanity all show just how topical this issue is!
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