Well what can i say if is not Beyonce was right? GIRLS RUN THE WORLD! And we are going to do anything to reach equality, learn to value ourselves and fight for what we deserve. But if you have missed something in the last year, I’ll give you 5 books that will help you to feel powerful, and some of these stories will help us to define what really means to be a woman today
Becoming – Michele Obama
The Iconic and unique, best former first lady ever! MICHELE OBAMA on her autobiography BECOMING. Her story, the first African – American in the white house. Her growth, the multiple choices that take her where she is right now, and some hilarious stories are included in her very first book! She is one of the most influent woman in the world, a powerful advocate for woman and girls rights, a humanitarian, charismatic and active woman that will surely inspire you to do your best.
Man explain things to me – Rebeca Solnit
Man explain things to me by Rebecca Solnit Is an essay, an interesting one. Talks about essential things for the XXI Century woman, the “mansplaining”, a term used to describe how the silencing of woman’s voice is a synonym of violence, it explains in a clear way the idea that man believe that no matter what woman says, a man always knows better
The Yellow Wallpaper – Charlotte Gilman
The yellow wallpaper by Charlotte Gilman, an autobiographical short story written in the 19th century. Gilman talks about mental health, depression and how this is related to society and how the contractions of the patriarchy create boundaries in a woman’s life. Besides, you will find out where the yellow wallpaper comes from.
Bossy Pants – Tina Fey
Bossypants on Tina Fey! Critical think, humor and real-life issues in one book! Trough the eyes of Fey. The comedian stayed for five weeks on The New York Times bestsellers, and got even a Grammy nomination for her audiobook. Do you have any doubt about reading this?
Bridget Jones’s Diary – Helen Fielding
Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding. Do you ever want to read someone else diary? Well, this is a perfect choice. This book gives us the chance to live in the mind of a single working woman, her career, relationships and obviously the problems that life comes with. If you’re a grammar freak, don’t even try to read it, but if you one to laugh and feel that you’re not alone in the world, well give her a try.