"Feminism and What It is Called: A Monologue of what feminism means" by Sophia Kaankuka
Updated: Jun 24, 2020
Thank you to the author for a copy in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. To be honest, I don't read many books about feminism and women's rights, but this work inspired me to look more into these issues. I don't know if I would call this one a "book" because it's only 11 pages, but it does make many strong points about equality, self-expression, and opportunity. It also reminded me of how lucky I am to be a young woman in American. Many places around the world do not offer the same opportunities and freedoms that I can experience every day. I don't know if this was a conversion error with the ebook, but a lot of the formatting was inconsistent. There was switching with left flush text and centered text throughout the work and significant gaps between lines. It was distracting enough for me to write it down, but it did not take away from the message of the text. While stuck in quarantine, this piece reminded me of the struggles that women face in the workforce, home, and social life. Overall, I think this is perfect for any woman to kick off their start in reading more feminist books and literature.