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    Yassssss

    She she did it--PERFECTLY!!!!
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    A concise examination

    This is a very short book, adapted from a speech. There are many clear examples and arguments as to why we should all be feminists. I will encourage everyone I know to read this book.
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    Short and to the point

    Adichie lays it out why people globally should embrace feminism. Why do we as a society distance ourselves from this concept when many of us share its ideals? Like socialism and liberalism, some people cannot handle or argue with the true meanings, preferring to trash the entire concepts. This essay speaks to why we should all be feminists, and work to address societal shortcomings.
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