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    A thorough study with a light touch

    If you've ever felt even the briefest twinge when the word "feminist" comes up, this book was written for you (and as an avowed feminist myself, I have to confess to feeling that twinge occasionally). McKeon lays out a broad-ranging argument for how feminism meets resistance on numerous fronts by being mischaracterized as anti-man or being condescending to women, and why people who would benefit from feminist values resist adopting the term. Unlike many books written by journalists, she's able to gracefully inject a witty, personal tone into her writing that keeps the pages turning through some heavy topics.
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    Nonsense

    This book was written by a man, right? Women are not abandoning feminism.
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