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In Praise of Click

Click named a feminist book to watch out for in 2010 by The Guardian. Check it out here!

"This book is important because it allows young women who have feminist tendencies to finally realize that they are, in fact, feminists. Younger generations of females are afraid to associate with feminism because of negative stigmas attached to the word. Do not fear any longer, fellow comrades — cool chicks like Shelby Knox, Winter Miller and Allisa Quart write about their own “click” moments in Martin and Sullivan’s new anthology."
—Kristie Yandoli, The Daily Orange

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“You know how little kids say, ‘It’s not fair!’ and ‘You are not the boss of me!” That innate sense of fairness is the earliest source of every revolution—including feminism. As more little girls grow up without being schooled or shamed out of this sense, more women, and many men, too, are having “Clicks!” Read this diverse, touching, and entertaining anthology of Click! stories to find a fairness that is all your own.”

—Gloria Steinem

“Each generation of feminist women describes that “click!” moment, that realization that some personal struggle was part of a much larger, systemic struggle. The essays in this book provide compelling testimony from a new generation of young women; their experiences will serve as a touchstone for others—including some young men!—who seek to enter the feminist conversation.”

—Michael Kimmel, Professor of Sociology, SUNY Stony Brook, author of Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men

“If you think feminism is dour, dreary, or dead, think again. This collection of sassy, witty, and brilliant essays by young feminists proves that feminism is alive and well, taking on new challenges in a new era. Whatever wave you rode or witnessed, you will be moved and heartened by Click.”
—Elaine Tyler May, author of The Pill: A History of Promise, Peril, and Liberation


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