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Ample research shows that male malaise is a problem in the United States, but unfortunately, this book won't help fix it.
While offering a salacious account of burlesque queen Candy Barr's life, the book suffers from a nearly sycophantic look at her.
A feminist history lesson coupled with beautiful artwork.
Twenty-six authors dish about breaking the rules in this blunt, charming essay collection.
This anthology argues women should not only know what they don’t want, but they also should seize their freedom to explore what they do want.
Cooking and sewing play a surprisingly minor part in this smart examination of the shifting role that home ec has played in American culture.
Tucker’s retelling of her meteoric art-world rise provides an illuminating snapshot of a classic second-wave feminist experience.
My So-Called Freelance Life saunters its way through the ins and outs of becoming a successful solo professional.
Nicole Georges draws her world.
Bynum proves she has enduring talent with this novel, which maintains the delicate, light touch of her first book while navigating the blurry line between adolescence and adulthood.
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