“The knowledge of cooking does not come pre-installed in a vagina.”
Short, sweet and to the point. I loved We Should All Be Feminists and I loved this one too. This is especially important I think, because I always wonder how I can raise a boy or a girl without allowing our culture’s ingrained sexism and misogyny to influence them. But the most important thing is that they know they aren’t judged and they can do anything that they want to do – it’s about choice.
I haven’t read any of Chimamanda’s fiction work – would anyone recommend it? If her feminist manifestos are anything to go by, then they must be brilliant.
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