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Woman Hating
Woman Hating Reviews

Review: Mostly ok but then in the last chapter she says we have to get over incest??? OK WHY?????? Read more

Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo
Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo Reviews

Review: The stories of female tattoo artists are interesting, but the overall history of tattooed women--from circus acts to today--is kind of slight. It almost comes across as more of a picture book of tattooed ladies. Read more

The Truth about Beauty: Transform Your Looks and Your Life from the Inside Out
The Truth about Beauty: Transform Your Looks and Your Life from the Inside Out Reviews

Review: One of the best book about health I have read. A must read! Read more

Further Along the Road Less Traveled: The Unending Journey Towards Spiritual Growth
Further Along the Road Less Traveled: The Unending Journey Towards Spiritual Growth Reviews

Review: I had wanted to read this book for a long time. Not as good as the original "The Road Less Traveled" but a good read. I found that his technique on making a decision when in a dilemma very interesting. Read more

Why Don't You Have Kids?: Living a Full Life Without Parenthood
Why Don't You Have Kids?: Living a Full Life Without Parenthood Reviews

Review: This book is the best I have read on the subject of not having children by choice!! It's a little dated, since it was written in the 90s and I tried tracking down the origization the author started and talks about throughout the book, but it appears to have dis-banded, much to my disappointment. It does have suggestions and "How To's" for starting your own "Childless By Choice" Chapter(s) of your own amongst other like-minded people in your community and/or circle of friends. The book is VERY un... Read more

Pride And Joy: The Lives And Passions Of Women Without Children
Pride And Joy: The Lives And Passions Of Women Without Children Reviews

Review: I had to force myself to finish this book. Why? Because many of the profiles were similar -- even to the point of the interviewees having the same voice. It's difficult to effectively relay a speaker's voice when transcribing interviews and first-person narratives, but that's what I look for in a good profile piece. So, unless every one of the women interviewed for this book speaks in the same manner (with a formal and educated tone), I'd say the author has not done a good job of bringing her su... Read more

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