Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is one of the greatest writers of our time, a "social science soldier" and a bright, enthusiastic mind. We Should All Be Feminists is probably her most personal, intimate book to date, a very special, one-of-a-kind look at feminism in the 21st century, a fresh, bold and intriguing definition.
The award-winning author shares her own life story and experiences and talks about discrimination, harassment and the whole sexual policy that women still have to deal with in 2016. We Should All Be Feminists is an honest, revealing essay, a remarkable piece of work on what it really feels to be a woman in the modern-day world. It's not a part of any propaganda machine or anything like that. No, it's just a call to action for all the girls and women who struggle with day-to-day problems and want to be treated like equals.
Feminism by the author's definition covers a really wide range of feelings, emotions, experiences and social norms. Adichie is trying to get rid of stereotypes and talks about the real stuff that bothers women around the world. It's a smart, exciting, fundamental book, and, if you ever wanted to read about feminism and learn more about it from a personal point of view, We Should All Be Feminists should be on your list of must-haves.
It's an elegant, refreshing, influential book, one of the best ones this year. And one of the most amazing things about We Should All Be Feminists is Adichie's sense of humor and a positive set of mind in any ridiculous, bad and even horrible situation, and that means you'll have a wonderful time exploring this brilliant book.