RaveBustThe book is filled with reluctant feminists who remain faithful to the movement due to a lack of options, but desperately want to see it evolve ... The anthology convincingly argues why intersectional feminism should replace the current feminism, which predominantly caters to white cisgender women, ignores the needs of marginalized women, and ultimately fails us all ... I loved reading about the myriad directions intersectional feminism takes ... This is what feminism should look like.
PositiveBustRage Becomes Her describes in aching detail so many rage-inducing struggles from the everyday lives of women that the anger seems nearly impossible to overcome. In the book’s final chapter, \'A Rage of Your Own,\' Chemaly offers readers practical advice on what to do with all the anger women face due to all the issues discussed throughout the book. My favorite piece of advice from this chapter is to name and write about anger as a method of practicing self-awareness ... A necessary delve into a heated subject, Rage Becomes Her challenges the all-too-common perception of having an anger \'problem,\' and works to demystify women\'s anger, transforming the difficult emotion into one that’s as coveted as happiness.
RaveBust\"Tea epically captures that perfect feeling of fandom, when you’re so in love with this one thing at a particular moment in time and nothing can possibly shake the feeling ... Tea’s approach to writing articles and reviews is probably what I found most refreshing about Against Memoir. Her book review \'On Chelsea Girls\' blew my mind because I’ve never considered injecting my own perspective into a review about a book I loved to the extent that she does ... \'HAGS in Your Face,\' which details an \'80s punk lesbian gang in the Bay Area, is the book’s finest and most heartbreaking essay ... Against Memoir is a must-read for hopeless romantics and anyone passionate about life.\