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Book Review: The Guy’s Guide to Feminism

By: Michael Kaufman and Michael Kimmel Feminism is often understood as a women’s topic that only engages ideas that matter to women. In The Guy’s Guide to Feminism, Michael Kaufman and Michael Kimmel turn that assumption on its head and use humour to explain why feminism is not only important, but also an integral part […]

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Book Review: Masterminds and Wingmen

Masterminds and Wingmen: Helping our boys cope with schoolyard power, locker-room tests, girlfriends, and the new rules of boy world By: Rosalind Wiseman Masterminds and Wingmen, by Rosalind Wiseman, is a non-fiction book in a similar vein as her previous book, Queen Bees and Wannabees. While Queen Bees discussed the social dynamics of girls and […]

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Book Review: Wherever I Wind Up

  Wherever I Wind Up: My quest for truth, authenticity and the perfect knuckleball By: R.A. Dickey with Wayne Coffey R.A. Dickey is a knuckleball pitcher with the Toronto Blue Jays.  R.A. Dickey’s book Wherever I Wind Up is a memoir about life’s obstacles, and the place perseverance and faith play in moving forward.  As […]

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Book Review: I Am Malala

I Am Malala: The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban By: Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb I Am Malala is the memoir of one of the world’s most famous teenagers even though she is not in films and does not have a new album coming out. Malala Yousafzai is […]

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