Introduction to A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

As mentioned previously, I am beginning with this book in my reading of the feminist canon. It is the first book that I found that specifically advocates for women to have rights equal to that of men and in many ways sets up the idea of feminism for generations to come. It was written by... Continue Reading →

September International Days

September doesn't have quite as many international observances as August and July but they are just as important. As before, I don't have books for every single one, but am always taking suggestions to fill these lists up. This is my first year getting into the international observances. Researching these days and looking for books... Continue Reading →

August Reviews

So ends another amazing Women in Translation Month! I never finish as many titles this month as I want to, but there's still the rest of the year to read WIT too. This year, I made a special effort to find books translated from Spanish. I realized it's an area of literature that I had... Continue Reading →

Luke 11

For the text of Luke 11, click here. There is a shortened version of the Lord's prayer in this chapter. It is requested that Jesus teach them to pray and His response is for them to pray: “Father, hallowed be your name.Your kingdom come.3Give us each day our daily bread,b4and forgive us our sins,for we... Continue Reading →

Feminism Book List

As mentioned a few days ago, I compiled the list of books on the UN Women's Instagram and all the suggestions into one big book list. It was made in Goodreads to make these titles easy to find, though a few titles are missing. While making this, I did notice that some were doubles but... Continue Reading →

75 Books of Feminism

There is a canon of feminist books out there that I know I have barely scratched the surface on. This is the beginning of my project to change all that. I was deciding how best to go about acquiring a good list of the feminist books to study through when I saw this post on... Continue Reading →

Luke 10

For the text of Luke 10, click here. This chapter opens with Jesus "sending out the seventy-two". It states "the Lord" sent them, but then has Jesus talking to them before they leave, so it was a touch confusing that way. But also, He gives them roughly the same speech as He had given the... Continue Reading →

Women in Translation 2020

Welcome to WITMonth 2020!! This is that time of year when we remember and celebrate those women writing books not in our first language. You may remember from prior years that translation is terribly low in the US and into English, leaving plenty of opportunity out there for fabulous books that we just aren't getting... Continue Reading →

August International Days

Here are the August International Days per the UN along with some book recommendations to see what's going on with those issues! I'll be reposting the recommendations on the days, but this is a head start for planning your reading. Also, don't for get that it's Women in Translation Month hosted by book blogger Meytal... Continue Reading →

July Reviews

I decided a few weeks ago to change things up a bit and do reviews a little differently. Listed are the books I reviewed this month with links to find them. I've moved reviews to Instagram to see how that goes. Follow me on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/feminismandyoga/?hl=en This should open up time and space here... Continue Reading →

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