RaveThe TempestThis 52-page booklet...surpasses expectations with its mix of lively and witty anecdotes and insightful analysis ... We Should All Be Feminists makes good use of the ‘show, don’t tell’ adage ... We Should All Be Feminists, then, is a great introduction into the nuances of a world in desperate need of feminism. Adichie gives insight into the micro-aggressions women often face and how they go unnoticed. It unpacks the negative connotations attached to the word feminism. It’s a beginner’s handbook for the 21st century. However, as it is a mere introduction, it doesn’t touch upon intersectionality in as much depth as needs to be. Its focus lies heteronormatively on gender as a social construction. This is not to say that it completely ignores the existence of all other facets though ... We Should All Be Feminists delivers powerful prose on the need for feminism. It challenges the ideas of the evolution of gender roles, it highlights how we have let stereotyping and culture limit us. Ultimately though, it leaves readers with renewed hope and energy to fight for a better tomorrow.