It’s International Women’s Day

There is no one way to be a woman. To be a feminist means simply to believe in the equality between the sexes, and this is something that I cannot help but believe and teach my children. Each of these books were written by incredible, intelligent, strong, unique, funny, amazing independent women. Some of these books are funny, some are moving, some are sad, but they are all declarations of the female spirit. Today we smash the patriarchy, celebrate in our uniqueness, and stand together as feminists. 

JK Rowling, Anita Diamant, Alice Munro, Maeve Brennan, Simone de Beauvoir, Chimimanda Ngozi Adichie, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Eve Ensler, Alison Cooper-Mullin, Jennifer Marmaduke Coye, Sam Maggie, Katharine Hepburn, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Ellen DeGeneres, Nora Ephron, Felicia Day, Joan Didion, LM Montgomery, Margot Lee Shetterly, Clara Hughes, Lindy West and Zadie Smith

#jkrowling #anitadiamant #alicemunro #maevebrennan #simonedebeauvoir #chimamandangoziadichie #lauraingallswilder #janeausten #charlottebrontë #eveensler #onceuponaheroine #wonderwomen #sammaggs #katharinehepburn #charlotteperkinsgilman #ellen @theellenshow @feliciaday #noraephron #joandidion #lmmontgomery #vaginamonologues #hiddenfigures @margotleeshetterly #clarahughes @thelindywest #zadiesmith #womensday #internationalwomensday #feminism #kalidesautelsreads 

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