Bitchfest – Ten Years of Cultural Criticism from the Pages of Bitch Magazine
Posted on June 12, 2012
I bought Bitchfest from a lovely political bookshop on Commercial Drive in Vancouver whose name escapes me at this moment of course. I re-read it recently and found a collection of parenting essays. I love learning from a new perspective as much as I love going, “Ya! I know! Thank Bowie someone else does too!” I others do too – you’re reading my ramblings, right? So pick up a copy and give this collection of articles a read. If you want to skip to the aforementioned essays go to Chapter 5 Domestic Arrangements
The Paradox of Martha Stewart by Jennifer Newens
Double Life: Everyone Wants to See Your Breasts – Until Your Baby Needs Them by Lisa Moricoli Latham
Queer and Pleasant Danger: What’s Up with the Mainstreaming of Gay Parents? By Margaret Price
Mother Inferior: How Hollywood Keeps Single Moms in Their Place by Monica Nolan
Hoovers and Shakers: The New Housework Workout by Sarah McCormic
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For my local readers neither the Oshawa or Whitby libraries carry this book.