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We Dont Need Another Wave We Don t Need Another Wave is a critique of the ways in which feminism is discussed in the mainstream media Today s young feminists are wary of being labeled They are media savvy, hyper aware of being categorized and marginalized, and are here to tell the world that feminists are feminists diverse in age and experience and that it s time to drop the labels in favor of proactive agendas and united goals.Topics that matter to young feminists range from lighter issues, such as DIY culture and craftivism, to heavy hitting issues that feminists have struggled with for generations, including abuse, rape, shame, and self hatred The young writers in this collection band together under the banner of feminism to share the message that the F word is a good thing, and that feminists are breaking new ground while still valuing the traditions and achievements of their sisters and foremothers We Don t Need Another Wave brings a message of unity and a message to get beyond subcategorizing a movement that needs cohesiveness and strives on strength in numbers. Free Download We Dont Need Another Wave Author Melody Berger For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Hit or miss anthology about feminist activism, mostly by youth, in the early 2000s Much of it was miss, but a few really good pieces did stand out A remarkable amount of essays began very strongly, pushing boundaries and questioning accepted feminist thought, only to end in inconclusive whimpers We Don t Need Another Wave, evidently, because we lack theoretical and historical coherence within individual essays, let alone a movement.Uncertainty ran throughout Many authors participated in huge Hit or miss anthology about feminist activism, mostly by youth, in the early 2000s Much of it was miss, but a few really good pieces did stand out A remarkable amount of essays began very strongly, pushing boundaries and questioning accep...

  2. I absolutely love the essays in this book This was assigned as one of the three books in my Intro to WS class and I thought this was a very informative read This touches on just about every topic you can think of when it comes to feminism, racism, classism, and just about any other ism you can thin...

  3. i was fairly psyched to read this book, being that i am of the generation of feminists that the book dispatches, as it were i recognized several contributers names as either writers i like or people i actually know the author even once sent me her zine for distro consideration but i didn t pick it up it wasn t really covering any new ground i guess the not covering any new ground criticism could also apply to this book i mean, it would be an excellent gift to a new feminist, a gr i was fairly psyched to read this book, being that i am of the generation of feminists that the book dispatches, as it were i recognized several contributers names as either writers i like or people i actually know the author even once sent me her zine for distro consideration but i didn t pick it up it wasn t really covering any new ground i guess the not covering any new ground criticism could also apply to this book i mean, it would be an excellent gift to a new feminist, a great read for someone who has only g...

  4. My first major disappointment from Seal Press I think the editor picked the authorsfor identity politics reasons than quality of writing for this anthology Too many of these essays felt like a report for a women s studies class ex I went to the March for Women s Lives and this is what happened Yikes Not to mention too many of the essays really blurred together in terms of the authors experiences For a book that so blatantly tries to demonstrate diversity, it sure lacked in th My first major disappointment from Seal Press I ...

  5. Holy Crap this is the best book ever If you haven t read it yet, your life is shallow and incomplete Buy it now and be sure to read it cover to cover and read my essay like 3 or 4 times or at least until you have committed it to memory You ll thank me.

  6. B While a lot of these are quite interesting, I didn t find the book life affirming or life changing in any way Not too many new things have been said we don t need another anthology.

  7. Wayinteresting that the average young women s feminist anthology and there are so many I reviewed this for Shamelss magazine.

  8. I have a piece in this anthology Read it

  9. It s pretty much what I ve come to expect from these feminist anthologies Some really good pieces, some not so much Some pieces that contribute a unique perspective, some that don t Some pieces that are very well written, some that read like a high school assignment not that there aren t many fantastic teenage writers Some that explore intersections of race, class, etc., and some that are just another straight white woman s narrative about her body image problems kat marie yoas piece abo It s pretty much what I ve come to expect from these feminist anthologies Some really good pieces, some not so much Some pieces that contribute a unique perspective, some that don t Some pieces that are very well written, so...

  10. Melody is one of philly s finest writers When I picked up the F Word, I was absolutly amazed to see the famous people she managed to get interviews with Margaret Cho, Gloria Steinem and Alix Olson are all in here, which makes this zine worth picking up Melody is coming out with a book in November, which, based on this zine, will be a must read I liked the F WORD because it focuses on positive action and the ability of young feminists everywhere to organize for issues like choice, women s lib Melody is one of philly s finest writers When I picked up the F Word, I was absolutly amazed to see the famous people she managed to get interviews with Margaret Cho, Gloria Steinem and Alix Olson are all in here, which makes this zine worth picking up Melody is coming out with a book in November, which, ba...