- Accessible essays that are designed to serve as a touchstone for discussion in the classroom both at postgraduate and advanced undergraduate levels.
- Addresses historical anti-feminisms as a means of framing, situating, and interrogating the relationship between contemporary feminisms and anti-feminist manipulations and denigrations.
- Engages with the quandary of how to define feminism and live feminist lives in relation to a dense web of pejorative language and concepts that flourish in popular culture.
- Actively explores feminist struggles to acknowledge and incorporate people of color, anti-racist and LGBTQIA+ individuals and politics, and relates this to the ways anti-feminists have strategically deployed these debates to thwart the associated movements.
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