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Everywoman: One Woman's Truth About Speaking the Truth

by Jess Phillips - £8.99  Cornerstone (Windmill Books) (2018)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9781786090065 | ISBN 10: 1786090066

Shortlisted for the Parliamentary Book Awards 2017: the perfect book for International Women's Day.
 
If you’re thinking, ‘Jess, who?’ then I’m glad that there was something about ‘Everywoman’ and ‘truth’ that caught your eye.
 
Or you might already know me as that gobby MP who has a tendency to shout about the stuff I care about. Because I’m a woman with a cause, I have been called a feminazi witch, a murderer and threatened with rape. The internet attracts a classy crowd.
 
So, speaking the truth isn’t always easy but I believe it’s worth it. And I want you to believe it too. The truth can be empowering, the truth can lead to greater equality, and the world would be incredibly boring if we let all of those people who allegedly know everything, say everything.
 
By demanding to be heard, by dealing with our imposter syndrome, by being cheerleaders, doers not sayers, creating our own networks and by daring to believe that we can make a difference, we can.
 
We’re women and we’re kick-ass. And that’s the truth.

(Price & availability last checked: March 2018)

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In booklists: Contemporary Feminism, Women in Politics, Feminism, Women's Activism,
In categories: Feminism & Women, Politics & Philosophy, Changing the World,

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