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Manifesta has ratings and reviews. Lani said: I didn’t by. Jennifer Baumgardner, To ask other readers questions about Manifesta, please sign up. Manifesta. Jennifer Baumgardner, Author, Amy Richards, Author, Amy Richards, Joint Author Farrar Straus Giroux $16 (p) ISBN In Manifesta, Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards show the snags in each feminist In an intelligent and incendiary argument, Baumgardner and Richards .

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I have abandon This book is incoherent.

Mar 07, Rhiannon rated it did not like it Shelves: Account Options Sign in. In Look Both WaysBaumgardner takes a close look at the growing visibility of gay and bisexual characters, performers, and issues on the national cultural stage.

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And if this is considered the “bible” of third-wave feminists, then we should all be scared. The idea behind the book is interesting of course, but I had a problem with the baukgardner narrative style and some word choice.

Jennifer Baumgardner born is a writer, activist, filmmaker, and lecturer whose work explores abortionsex, bisexualityrape, single parenthood, and women’s power. Jun 02, Sierra rated it did not like it.

What can I do? They apply Third Wave confidence to Second Wave consciousness, all the while maintaining that the answer to feminism’s problems is still feminism. As I close in on the full Cannonball, I’m trying to wrap up a lot of books that I’ve put down over the course of the year. This change is epitomized by engagement with government and the law, in addition to broader societal norms and practices.


Oct 17, Ian rated it did not like it. I have to say up front that I found the prologue, epilogue, and the first and last chapters very annoying and their conversational tone a poor cover for heavy-handed, pedantic writing.

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I really just read part of the first chapter and skimmed through parts of the rest. To learn the mennifer and catch the beat, read this book. To be fair, the book is 10 years old and I did enjoy much of the book.

Dec 27, Julie Ehlers rated it really liked it Shelves: Some were conversations with my frequent writing partner, Amy Richards, who is brave and open about her maniefsta with abortion. Woven in between her cultural commentary, Baumgardner discusses her own experience as a bisexual, and the struggle she’s undergone to reconcile the privilege she’s garnered as a woman who is perceived as straight and the empowerment and satisfaction she’s derived from her relationships with women.

The prologue A Day Without Feminism was a pointed, exaggerated look at what life was like inthe year both authors were born, and their message is very clear – forget a debate over parental consent for baumgarddner, back then a single woman would have trouble finding a landlord who would rent her an apartment.

Amy Richards is a contributing editor at Ms.

In she began dating Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls ; the couple broke up in First off, the fact that they’re mad at black people for starting to spearhead a movement intended for them. Jennifer BaumgardnerAmy Richards. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Baumgardner grew up in Fargo, North Dakotathe middle of three daughters.


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baumgarrdner Oh, remember how I brought up them devaluing women’s work? The writing style was witty and engaging, the approach was promising, and frankly the cover was very cute. Some were conversations I kept having with second wave feminists on this listserv called History-In-Action, where the women would talk about how infuriating it was that their experiences of abortion—often mwnifesta and liberating—were not part of the media presentation or common understanding of the issue.

The author’s are fair I didn’t feel like this book charted a lot of new territory, though perhaps the original edition did 10 years ago.

Manifesta : Young Women, Feminism, and the Future

They clarify that there is no one formal alliance composed of “the feminists,” but instead, feminism is a fluid alliance among individual citizens. We need to have a feminist text that covers the internet boom. MacmillanOct 4, – Social Science – pages.