Adichie manages to make important questions about gender and the societal forces encountered by women in a way that feels not only digestible but persuasive. Moreover, the Nigerian author’s essay is a rallying cry for a feminism particularly of the 21st century; a feminism that’s intersectional enough to for all women to find themselves within it. Should be required reading for anyone looking to better educate themselves on the issue. Possibly even more for those who aren’t.
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