Official Review: The Wings of Dawn by Louise Scarmato

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Re: Official Review: The Wings of Dawn by Louise Scarmato

Post by kandscreeley » 17 Jul 2018, 11:31

I'm glad that woman have equality with men. I enjoy being treated as an equal. Yet, that doesn't mean I have to be male to have equal rights with them. Sounds like a pretty good book. I'll have to look into it. Thanks.
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Post by JR Mercier » 18 Jul 2018, 04:36

kandscreeley wrote:
17 Jul 2018, 11:31
I'm glad that woman have equality with men. I enjoy being treated as an equal. Yet, that doesn't mean I have to be male to have equal rights with them. Sounds like a pretty good book. I'll have to look into it. Thanks.
I hope you enjoy it and thanks for commenting :tiphat:
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Post by JR Mercier » 18 Jul 2018, 04:38

gen_g wrote:
17 Jul 2018, 01:58
This is great! I actually did my dissertation on second-wave feminism, which seems to be included in the book's range of topics. I love it that this book makes it more accessible for women to read and learn more, to eventually be able to take charge of their own life. Thanks for the lovely review! (:
I love a book that encourages the reader to come to their own conclusions and this one, while full of answers, does state that we need to find our own enlightenment away from the media and what we feel we need to be in order to be treated equally.
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Post by misatifelix » 18 Jul 2018, 05:23

Women empowerment is such a great topic that can change the society's ways of how a woman should be.Some communities practice cultures that demean women . They actually view them as tools and not as human beings. This book will enlighten communities on how to treat women.

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Post by JR Mercier » 19 Jul 2018, 02:52

misatifelix wrote:
18 Jul 2018, 05:23
Women empowerment is such a great topic that can change the society's ways of how a woman should be.Some communities practice cultures that demean women . They actually view them as tools and not as human beings. This book will enlighten communities on how to treat women.
It is a horrible truth that some communities still view women like that. Books like this is what will help change the world. And people like you. Thank you so much for the kind comment
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Post by Omidan123 » 27 Jul 2018, 07:26

This is an insightful review. Yes, women are not in competition with men.

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Post by JR Mercier » 31 Jul 2018, 04:39

Omidan123 wrote:
27 Jul 2018, 07:26
This is an insightful review. Yes, women are not in competition with men.
Thank you for the kind comment. :tiphat:
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