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I ordered it online and I'm grateful it arrived before I left for a long car ride today- it's been a while since I've devoured a book like this. I feel like I'm nodding my head and saying "yup" so much!! It's so quotable and so many of the essays explain things perfectly.

Anybody wanna chat about it or share thoughts or anything? I saw a convo about it from a while ago but it's closed to new comments so thought I could start a new one :)

I ordered it online and I'm grateful it arrived before I left for a long car ride today- it's been a while since I've devoured a book like this. I feel like I'm nodding my head and saying "yup" so much!! It's so quotable and so many of the essays explain things perfectly. Anybody wanna chat about it or share thoughts or anything? I saw a convo about it from a while ago but it's closed to new comments so thought I could start a new one :)

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I feel blessed that there are women who are unapologetic and out there radfems in this day and age!

Agreed. Before the Gender Critical Reddit went down, I learned about the Dianic Wiccans from a post that asked if there were any genuine Goddess-worshipping pagans, as all the other pagan forums had been taken over by TRAs. I'm aware there are radfems who are not fans of the "spiritual woo-woo" (as they believe it's one reason we're in the mess we're in). But in my opinion, Zsuzsanna Budapest and Ruth Bartlett speak some basic, gut-level truths.

I'm also relieved the book came out when it did, before things got even worse for radfems. If I had the extra funds, I'd donate a copy in every library that also has Maia Kobabe's "Gender Queer".