Confronting one of our last and most deeply rooted taboos--masturbation--noted sex expert and pro-sex feminist Betty Dodson takes the shame out of selflove by creating a straightforward and appealing handbook that reveals masturbation as a satisfying, vital form of sexual expression.
In this empowering, accessible guide, Jaclyn Friedman—co-editor of Yes Means Yes—gives women the tools to decipher the modern world’s confusing, hypersexualized, sometimes dangerous landscape so they can define their own sexual identity.
A colouring book that challenges gender stereotypes ... perfect for all ages and genders! This creative colouring book tackles messages that girls too often get about being "less than" boys or that cars and tools are for boys while dolls and cleaning are for girls. Instead, it shows girls taking pride in themselves and proves that anyone, regardless of...
Over three dozen different cunts for you to color! Originally used as a sex-education tool, Tee Corine's book of delightfully varied vulvas is a feminist classic. First published in 1975, each line-drawn cunt was modelled by a real person. Cunts rule. Yeah.
The clitoris has been dismissed, undervalued, unexplored, and misunderstood for hundreds of years, but the truth is out there, and internationally celebrated sex educator Rebecca Chalker has shared some of that truth with us within these pages.
IN OUR OWN WORDS documents the lives and stories of refugee women in Germany, drawing on the Latin American tradition of testimonial literature – looking to amplify the voice of the voiceless. Violence, specifically violence against women, gender persecution, as well as the ways women find to survive such oppressions, are common themes of the life...
The first collection of its kind, Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith bring together current and former prisoners, activists, and academics to offer new ways for understanding how race, gender, ability, and sexuality are lived under the crushing weight of captivity.
In Feminist Fight Club, acclaimed journalist Jessica Bennett blends the personal story of her real-life fight club with a studied assessment of the gender gap that continues to plague the American workplace.
Sie erklärt Trans*misogynie als ein Zusammenwirken von Feminitätsfeindlichkeit, Transfeindlichkeit, Klassismus und Ableismus und richtet ihren Schwerpunkt darauf, wie sie dies auch in der feministischen und queeren Szene zu spüren bekommt.