Fanxixi Chou Chou itibaren Rudak, Qazvin, İran
Female Chauvinist Pigs was a difficult book for me to enjoy. Levy digs deep into our culture and finds a plethora of gender problems, and shows that feminism's relative successes in the job and education worlds have not translated to a healthy gender situation in America. These problems are fascinating, alternatingly intuitive and shocking, inspiring and lamentable. In the end, Levy doesn't propose any predictions, solutions, or unifying theories. The book ends as a laundry-list of the Chernobyl-children of feminism with no look at the future. Despite the unsatisfying conclusion, the book should be more than read, it should be considered and discussed.