The book in two sentences:  An “official survival manual for a sexist workplace”, this guide aims to help young professionals check both obvious and not-so-obvious sexist behavior at work. It proposes strategies for managing interpersonal relationships to promote equality and create a space that is welcoming for everyone.

Rating: 🏡  Left behind

Long story short: “If your feminism isn’t intersectional, who is it even for?” Jessica Bennett should have repeated this to herself like a mantra and maybe we would have a book that was anti-racist, trans-inclusive, fighting ableism and against classism. Alas, this book is none of those things. While it includes some useful actions, overall it is a poor excuse for feminism.

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