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No to Feminism : 70 Reasons Why Femismn is BAD For You - Rebecca Shaw

No to Feminism

70 Reasons Why Femismn is BAD For You

By: Rebecca Shaw, Fury (Illustrator)

Paperback Published: 1st December 2016
ISBN: 9781925475340
Number Of Pages: 160

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When the #womenagainstfeminism movement lurched onto the internet, the sudden surge in women declaring that they ‘don’t need feminism because…’ was a low blow to all those fighting for the rights of women around the world.

But amusingly, three years on it appears that the movement’s greatest legacy has been Woman Against Feminism, a parody Twitter account that shows up the bizarre and illogical arguments of so many who blindly attack feminists.

About the Author

Rebecca Shaw (aka Brocklesnitch) is a writer, co-host of Bring A Plate podcast and creator of the parody Twitter account @NoToFeminism. She is a contributing editor for the Kill Your Darlings journal, one of the team at The Backburner and SBS Comedy, and has written for Junkee, Daily Life and The Guardian. She is also in constant competition with Ruby Rose to become Australia’s favourite lesbian.

Fury is a despicable changeling creature birthed from the sulphur swamps of greater New Zealand, currently inhabiting the desolate desert landscapes of Melbourne’s CBD. You can tell them by their webbed fingers and shifting red eyes. To ward them off, you may leave an inverted coat or open iron scissors where you sleep. Many reputable institutions have gifted them gold and jewels to discourage their terrible presence.

ISBN: 9781925475340
ISBN-10: 1925475344
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 1st December 2016
Publisher: Affirm Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 16.2 x 16.0  x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.27
Edition Number: 1

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