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The 5 Books Men Should Read To Understand Feminism

Not many men read books by women, even fewer men read books by feminists. Here are 5 books that every many should read to understand feminism.

#1 Bye Felipe by Alexandra Tweten

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This book is palatable, enlightened reading for men to try to better understand what the female experience is like in today’s world. It is the next β€œstep” blending humor, feminist theory, and solidarity. This field guide provides profiles of the worst types of guys and gives women the tools they need to take control of their dating lifeβ€”especially relevant in our current #MeToo climateβ€”while also addressing men; Bye Felipe is enlightened reading for every man to understand β€œwhat not to do.” 

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Contributors: SabrinaTenteromano from Wunderkind PR

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#2 The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

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The Handmaid’s Tale is a harrowing story that offers a contemporary perspective on all the historical degradation of women over the centuries. The book stands as a compelling work of fiction that tells of a dystopian future that may be on the horizon if not checked vigilantly. 

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#3 Women After All by Melvin Konner

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Konner humorously explores the evolutionary history and concludes that the fairer sex is also the superior sex.he argues that the closer we move towards equality the better chance our society has.

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#4 You Just Don’t Understand by Deborah Tannen

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In her book, Tannen dissects the sociolinguistic dichotomy which separates men from women. If miscommunication is the root of the problem better communication systems are the solution. You Just don’t understand seeks to unpack the complications that serve as a barrier between the sexes. 

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Contributors: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

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#5 F is For Feminist by Kim Collins

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If you want to start with the basics, F is For Feminist is a great beginning. It touches on a multitude of issues including the wage gap, consent, equality, and Title IX.

My book F is For Feminist, truly couldn't make understanding feminism any easier. It is written so that a four-year-old can understand it (with a little help) and a grown man should have no trouble at all. In fact, when it was read recently by a young man who is a high school sophomore and he was asked what he learned from it he said, I learned that everyone should be a feminist.

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Contributors: Kim Collins from Be A BOLD Girl

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