When writing the topics for this week’s challenge, I thought for my Feminist Friday post I’d share a non-fiction work.
But then I realized that I’ve probably been harping on about Valerie Bryson’s Feminist Political Theory enough already.
Let’s talk about Liv Strömqvist instead!
I’ve mentioned her before, too, and revisiting her Hundra procent fett (English: One hundred percent fat) I’m sure this is a better option. Better option than anything.
If it was up to me, she’d get the Nobel Prize every year.
Why? Because she does what I want Naomi Klein to do; she presents an important message in bite-size, so that it can be consumed by those of us who aren’t exactly the sharpest of knives. Or lacking in the patience department. Or with other priorities. Whatever you want to call it.
Her format is just so damn clever.
It’s an easy read, and she’s funny, sarcastic, knowledgable, and her mix of feminism, anti-capitalism, and environmentalism is brilliant.
Let’s have a look at some of the ideas she presents!
Does it even need commenting on?