The Feminist Handbook

Most self-help books teach you how to transform your life from the inside out. But what can you do when your distress is caused by external power structures, sexist attitudes, and degrading events that are outside your control?

In the times of #blacklivesmatter, #metoo, #timesup, Joanne Bagshaw gives us a gift where we can deeply explore the connections of intersectional feminism to our lived experiences.
— Anneliese Singh, PhD, LPC, Univ. of GA

The Feminist Handbook clarifies the role that sexism and discrimination plays in your life and helps you reject the influence it has on your potential, your mental health, and your relationships.

With practical tools and resources, you’ll learn how to turn the negative messages that are holding you back into an activating, empowering force that pushes you—and all of us—forward.


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Praise for The Feminist Handbook

Patriarchy has long outlived itself, and Bagshaw provides step-by-step learning for how to resist, engage in body liberation, and work for sexual and reproductive justice.
— Anneliese Singh, PhD, LPC, professor and associate dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion, University of Georgia, and author of The Racial Healing Handbook and The Queer and Transgender Resilience Workbook
This book comes at the perfect time. This is a guide for women, men, young an old, with tools for everyone; educators, policymakers, therapists, and anyone who wants to navigate oppressive patriarchy, to find specific ways to handle the workplace, health care, to teach sex ed or deal with their own personal relationships. Everyone should read this book to heal and move forward, to create a new society, empowered and stronger for it.
— Tammy Nelson, PhD, director of Integrative Sex Therapy Institute, TEDx speaker and Author of The New Monogamy
This unique book challenges you to change yourself in order make changes in the world around you. By integrating feminist scholarship with personal reflection and behavioral strategies, the reader will find ways to express their values and prioritize self-care. This is a must-read for those who want to express their voice and work for social justice, while nurturing themselves and their relationships in the process.
— Sheela Raja, PhD, associate professor and clinical psychologist, University of Illinois at Chicago, author of Overcoming Trauma and PTSD, The PTSD Survival Guide for Teens, and coauthor of The Sexual Trauma Workbook for Teen Girls