Books of 2015: March

I didn’t get much reading done this month.  Between the surgery, and the recovery, and just being so tired that I didn’t think I could pay attention to what I was reading, I just didn’t end up reading too much.  I did finish one book though, so I’d say that’s a pretty good deal for what a wild month it was.

sexy feminism

05. Sexy Feminism by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong and Heather Wood Rudulph
This book was pretty interesting.  There was some stuff that I wasn’t interested in reading about, such as the body hair debate, and other stuff that didn’t apply to me, like dating, but overall, this was a pretty good read.  It would have been nice if they had put more focus on some of the intersections of feminism though.  It was an okay read for a bargain book!

What have you been reading this month?


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