3rd wave feminism
If you have ever found yourself assigning feminism with certain stereotypes or felt like a failing feminist, this book is a boost. It's essays are full of "humanism," personal struggles, and explorations of feminism, femininity, and self definition. It can help bridge the gap you may see between you and feminism, or help you feel more able to define your role in the movement.
This book does not focus on issues of feminism, nor on "traditional" feminist theories. This book is a collection of essays of self definition, making it a "3rd wave" anthology. While this may seem self-centered and ignorant, this book never claims to present theories or answer issues. It simply seems meant to help broaden and bring to earth the concept of feminism and its application in our daily lives, whether we be women or men; black, white, brown or any combination; beauty queens or butches; and any other myriads of dichotomies.
Think twice about arbitrary boundaries.