[m m supernatural Books] Epub I'm Afraid of Men Author Vivek Shraya



7 thoughts on “I'm Afraid of Men

  1. says:

    At one passage she writes When you arrive I reach out to shake your hand You aren't particularly attractive but I appreciate your thick raspberry lips These will be useful if we do have to f I found that this is uite sexist and it objectifies the other person I think what she tried to say with this passage was that if she

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    I just finished reading this beautiful devastating book and I feel at a loss for words The prose is both spare and unsparing devastating in the way it tells its truth I’m thankful for the author I’m thankful for this book I will be reading it again

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    Amazing book

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    This book should help us look at ourselves and how we play a part in everyone's life including our own no matter who we areI think we as society need to be aware of others That is an easy thing to say We have no idea most of the time how our actions affect others We don't even know how much actions and words are

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    Vivek Shraya shares her thoughts of navigating the patriarchy first as a cis presenting man then as a trans womanShe challenges one important notion and that is the concept of good versus bad menHer reflections on those that reinforce the patriarchy leaves all to ponder and ask critical uestionsIt is clear that the safety of women including t

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    This should be reuired reading for everyone It really makes you step outside of yourself and see the world through a very different valid lens It's a short read with a powerful message Probably not a good intro book for the recovering misogynist or homophobe in your life wait until they're well versedunderstanding of oppression before recommending this Perfect for those who stand on the same gallows as Vivek With peace and love

  7. says:

    Creo ue en cuanto a valor narrativo es bastante simple pero la historia me ha atrapado creo ue me ayuda a comprender realidades ajenas a la mia

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CHARACTERS Í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Vivek Shraya

Do better This challenge is a necessary one one we must all take up It is a gift to dive into Vivek's heart and mind Rupi Kaur bestselling author of The Sun and Her Flowers and Milk and HoneyA trans artist explores how masculinity was imposed on her as a boy and continues to haunt her as a girl and how we might reimagine gender for the twenty first centuryVivek Shraya has reason to be afraid Throughout her life she's endured acts of cruelty and aggression for being too feminine as a boy and not feminine enough as a girl In order to surv. Amazing book

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I'm Afraid of Men

Ive childhood she had to learn to convincingly perform masculinity As an adult she makes daily compromises to steel herself against everything from verbal attacks to heartbreakNow with raw honesty Shraya delivers an important record of the cumulative damage caused by misogyny homophobia and transphobia releasing trauma from a body that has always refused to assimilate I'm Afraid of Men is a journey from camouflage to a riot of colour and a blueprint for how we might cherish all that makes us different and conuer all that makes us afraid. Vivek Shraya shares her thoughts of navigating the patriarchy first as a cis presenting man then as a trans womanShe challenges one important notion and that is the concept of good versus bad menHer reflections on those that reinforce the patriarchy leaves all to ponder and ask critical uestionsIt is clear that the safety of women including trans women is still a current relevant matter

CHARACTERS Í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Vivek Shraya

Named a Best Book by The Globe and Mail Indigo Out Magazine Audible CBC Apple uill uire Kirkus Reviews Brooklyn Public Library Writers Trust of Canada Autostraddle Bitch andBookRiotFinalist for the 2019Lambda Literary Award Transgender NonfictionNominated for the 2019 Forest of Reading Evergreen AwardWinner of the 2018Alcuin Society Awards for Excellence in Book Design Prose Non FictionCultural rocket fuel Vanity FairEmotional and painful but also layered with humour I'm Afraid of Men will widen your lens on gender and challenge you to. At one passage she writes When you arrive I reach out to shake your hand You aren t particularly attractive but I appreciate your thick raspberry lips These will be useful if we do have to f I found that this is uite sexist and it objectifies the other person I think what she tried to say with this passage was that if she meets another gay man they are somehow expected to have a sexual relationship because that s what the society expects But this isn t an excuse for her to objectify him and it didn t seem that she thought it was false thinking these thoughtsIn general I expected from this book because Vivek writes about an important topic which is relevant than ever While I agree with most of what she says I think the book is written uite shallow It feels as if you could dive in much deeper but somehow her writing style didn t allow me to do so Also the book is uite short So it didn t show me a new perspective from a trans person which was what I had hoped for