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on 27 December 2013
An engrossing and illuminating book detailing the first few years of femen, the good and the bad. Femen are the SAS of the feminist movement and this book shows how courageous and determined their members are.
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on 16 November 2014
Impossible to put down, written with shocking detail and surprise. This is not feminism as we know it but do much more. I felt like I was reading a the history of the future. Extraordinary lives, that I'm in awe of, albeit not necessarily agreeing with all of Femen's ideas. A must read for all.
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on 9 June 2015
Jeffrey Tayler's little book seems to be a balanced account of the doings of FEMEN—I have no way to judge other than by his reputation and the tone of the writing. Taylor spent several months with the key characters in FEMEN. The book describes their protests and motivations.It's clear that Tayler is more pro than anti, but he doesn't pull any punches that I could see.
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on 25 March 2014
Engaging story of Femen a group that might be otherwise considered too radical or strange to be profiled in mainstream press.
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