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denigration? NO, empowerment!!!
The author, Kristen J. Sollee is a professor in the Gender Studies department at The New School in New York City, is the founder of slutist a sex-positive website, and she curates the annual charity ... MoreWrite your own review
ATTENTION: Not just "another" feminist book.
Kristen J. Sollée an educator, writer, and editor who created the most thought-provoking book I have ever read, called Witches, Sluts, and Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive. As an influential ... MoreWrite your own review
Such a Powerful Title!
Kristen J. Sollee teaches at the New School and is the founder of Slutist. In her book "Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive" she talks about witches lineage and its empowerment ... MoreWrite your own review
A book worth reading
The novel, Witches, Sluts and Feminists, written by Kristen J. Sollee, is an introduction to the sex positive of the witch. Her purpose is to discuss about the topics of gender issues in our society. ... MoreWrite your own review
A Thriller for Feminists
Author Kristen J. Sollee is the founding editrix of Slutist which is an award winning sex positive feminist website, and also teaches undergraduate gender studies courses at The New School. The ... MoreWrite your own review
Don't judge this book by its cover!
Witch, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive is written by Kristen J. Sollee. Sollee is an author, manager, and instructor. She has worked for various notable news publications, held lectures ... MoreWrite your own review
performed by Novosibirsk "Filarmonica" String Quartet
Russian Futurism For String Quartet
The budget-priced Arte Nova label has issued five CDs devoted to the now obscure music of the Russian Futurists. I took advantage of the low price on these recordings to explore works and composers ... MoreWrite your own review
A Treat for lovers of feminists
Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive by Kristen J. Sollee a treat for lovers of sex and feminists empowerment. The purpose of this book is about the feminist legacy of the witch ... MoreWrite your own review
Miaskovsky For Cello
This CD was my introduction to the music of the Twentieth Century Russian composer Nikolai Miaskovsky (1881 - 1950). I was able to purchase the CD virtually risk-free on the budget-priced Arte Nova ... MoreWrite your own review
I'm eagerly awaiting book 3 in this series!!
I'm not usually a big fan of alternate-universe stories, but "alternative history novel" Terra and its predecessor, The Portal, have piqued my interest in this genre. Mr. Bowker cleverly manages to ... MoreWrite your own review
by Jenny Han
Really liked it, recommend
This book is really cute and good, contemporary. This is the first book in the series and I think that is an amazing start, you will enjoy it all the way, you will want to read the other two books. ... MoreWrite your own review
I haven't finished reading this book yet. It is a fascinating look at the immune system and how the body fights disease. It is also an inside look at how science and scientists work and how they ... MoreWrite your own review
I became familiar with the beautiful cello concerto by Nicolai Miaskovsky (1881 -- 1950)on a budget-priced release on Arte Nova with the gifted Kyrill Rodin as cellist and Konstantin Krimets ... MoreWrite your own review
performed by Eder Quartet
Shostakovich's Last Quartets
A great deal of the music of Shostakovich (1906 - 1975) was composed under the specter of communism and the fear of political pressure. But in his chamber music and in his last works, Shostakovich ... MoreWrite your own review
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