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Why read the book “Everyday Sexism” by Laura Bates? I challenge any woman to read it and not find within it a part of herself. “It was just another week of little pin pricks”, Laura opens, “but as I trudged home I started for the first time to really think about how many of these little incidents I was just putting up with from day to day”. The “pin pricks” are the casual, everyday, normalized sexism that women are tired of accepting. And that’s exactly what this book is about. It’s a collection of these “pin pricks” backed up by statistics and social commentary, placed in the wider social context of the inequalities women face in institutions such as politics, the media, and the workplace. When you view these “tiny” instances in light of these issues, they suddenly don’t seem so tiny anymore. [Continue Reading...]