The Feminist Fight Club

Feminism is an important issue that we need to support and that we need to promote. The book that I want to discuss today is the book named The Feminist Fight Club. The Feminist Fight Club is a book by the author named Jessica Bennett.

The Feminist Fight Club is a memoir. It is also a guide to help you to navigate the sexist world. It is a funny and a snappy book. There are also graphs, pictures, and statistics to help to bring further validation to the book. It also has quizzes and lists to help you to tackle some of the things that the book talks about.

I liked this book because it was funny. It was also smart. Bennett made a lot of good points about sexism. She uses a lot of puns and jokes. These puns and jokes keep you engaged throughout the book.

There are many good points in the book, but one interesting thing that I think the book discusses is a woman’s tendency to self-sabotage herself in the work-place. There are times that we may feel small or inadequate so you put yourself down. That can affect how you act toward others in your place of business. The book also talks about the different type of sexist people that you will meet out there in the work-place. For example, there is the man who speaks over you in business situations. There is the man who thinks you will always make the coffee for visitors. There is also the man that thinks that you will always take the notes. There are also sexist people who feel that as a woman you must be nice, sweet, and maternal instead of whatever person that you happen to be.

I give this book a 9/10 rating. I really thing this is a book worth picking-up.

Always with infinite love,
Selena London

10 thoughts on “The Feminist Fight Club”

  1. This sounds very good. I like it. I hope you continue to post books about feminism. I think it’s an important issue to learn about.

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