If you've been to school in America, chances are you've come across a dress code (is this a thing in other places too?). The one at my school didn't allow baggy pants, spaghetti straps, shorts/skirts that were a certain length, and at one point, scarves (I got in trouble for this one. don't ask). They… Continue reading Does My Body Offend You?: All Bodies Deserve Respect and Protection
I've written about it here before (probably years ago now), but I will pretty much read any book that has anything to do with Nellie Bly. I first learned about her in an abnormal psychology class in college and I have been interested in her ever since. So when I heard about this book, I knew I had to read it. And luckily, it was exactly what I wanted it to be! Let's discuss!
Sometimes, you really just need a fun, short book to get your through a reading slump or let's be honest, to get you through the day. Men to Avoid in Art and Life is the perfect book for that. Each page features a piece of art where women look less than pleased with the men near her and includes a short quote about what ridiculous thing the men might be saying.
Feminism alert!! If you couldn't tell, I love a book with feminism as it's theme especially when it's a YA book. I will forever be amazed at what teenagers know these days when it comes to feminism. I was still covered in internalized misogyny and they are talking about intersectionality and toxic masculinity. I LOVE… Continue reading Rules for Being a Girl: Fight the Douchebags
This book could not have been more my thing. Feminism, pro-choice, and girls protecting and fighting for each other...it was like it was made for me! When I first saw this book, I was a little worried about how it would handle the abortion situation, but luckily, it dealt with it really well, focusing on… Continue reading Rebel Girls: Girls Fighting for Each Other