4. Popular / non-academic books on feminism [NEW]

Adichie, C. N. (2014). We should all be feminists. London: Fourth Estate.

Bates, Laura. (2017). Girl Up: Kick Ass, Claim Your Woman Card, and Crush Everyday Sexism.

Bates, Laura. (2018). Misogynation: The True Scale of Sexism. Simon and Schuster.

Bennett, J. (2016). Feminist fight club: A survival manual for a sexist workplace. Penguin UK.

Caro, Jane, and Catherine Fox. (2008). The F Word: How we learned to swear by feminism. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

Chemaly, S. (2018). Rage Becomes Her. Simon and Schuster.

Deaderick, Jen, and Rita Sapunor. (2019). She the People: A Graphic History of Uprisings, Breakdowns, Setbacks, Revolts, and Enduring Hope on the Unfinished Road to Women’s Equality. Seal Press.

Ford, C. (2019). Boys Will Be Boys: Power, Patriarchy and Toxic Masculinity. Simon and Schuster.

Kendall, M. (2020). Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot. Viking.

Lewis, Helen. (2020). Difficult Women: A history of women in 11 fights. Jonathan Cape.

Olufemi, L. (2020). Feminism, Interrupted: Disrupting Power. Pluto Press.

Porges, M. (2020). What Girls Need: How to Raise Bold, Courageous, and Resilient Women. Penguin

Redfern, Catherine, and Kristin Aune. (2010). Reclaiming the F Word: The new feminist movement. London: Zed Books

Solnit, R. (2017). The mother of all questions: Further feminisms. Granta Books.

Valenti, Jessica, and Jaclyn Friedman. (eds.). (2020). Believe Me: How Trusting Women Can Change the World. Seal Press.