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Ok, I have no idea if I did this post for the right week. Oh well! Anyway, the most important thing that I've taken away from this class is the diversity within feminism itself. I used to strictly define a feminist from a non-feminist. Now, I'm less focused on drawing the line and more in tune with what everyone has to say, whether they are or are not a feminist. There is a book that I think everyone should read. It's called "Random Family" by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc. It's one of my favorite books and I tell all of my friends to read it at least once. I could go on and on about this book, but I'm not going too. Trust me, just read it! And let me know if you liked it. I don't know how you couldn't, but I guess it is possible :)
I wouldn't say that "Random Family" is explicitly feminist. However, after reading over and over again, there are definitely some controversial feminist topics presented. Ok, well I don't know what else to say. Check out the book!!