The F Word: How We Learned to Swear by Feminism

The F Word How We Learned to Swear by Feminism When it comes to the work life balance modern women continually find themselves in a no win situation where they are criticized regardless of the path they choose The F Word How We Learned to Swear B

  • Title: The F Word: How We Learned to Swear by Feminism
  • Author: Jane Caro
  • ISBN: 9780868408231
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • When it comes to the work life balance, modern women continually find themselves in a no win situation where they are criticized regardless of the path they choose The F Word How We Learned to Swear By Feminism argues that the pervasive idea that women will never be able to effectively combine work or interests outside the home with marriage, a social life and parentingWhen it comes to the work life balance, modern women continually find themselves in a no win situation where they are criticized regardless of the path they choose The F Word How We Learned to Swear By Feminism argues that the pervasive idea that women will never be able to effectively combine work or interests outside the home with marriage, a social life and parenting is a furphy In their lively and topical new book, Caro and Fox combine both personal experience and the stories of a range of women with the big picture, and provide practical suggestions for forgiving ourselves, having fun and not giving up while holding it all together.

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    About "Jane Caro"

    1. Jane Caro

      Jane Caro wears many hats including author, lecturer, mentor, social commentator, columnist, workshop facilitator, speaker, broadcaster and award winning advertising writer Jane runs her own communications consultancy and lectures in Advertising Creative at The School of Communication Arts at UWS She has published three books The Stupid Country How Australia is dismantling public education co authored with Chris Bonnor 2007 , The F Word How we learned to swear by feminism co authored with Catherine Fox 2008 , and Just a Girl UQP, 2011 She has also appeared on Channel 7 s Sunrise, ABC s QA and ABC s The Gruen Transfer.

    100 thoughts on “The F Word: How We Learned to Swear by Feminism”

    1. I appreciate Jane Caro's view of the world, and several times while watching The Gruen Transfer I have wanted to cheer beacuse *someone* has stood up for the feminist view, so I thought I'd read the book she has written with friend Catherine Fox to see more on Jane Caro's take of Australian women today.If you've already read Germaine Greer, Susan Faludi, Ariel Levy, Hugh Mackay et al there probably isn't much here for you, because this is an overview of feminist issues rather than an in-depth lo [...]


    2. This was a delightful, engaging read that challenged my perceptions of feminism and how it benefits those across various spectrums of life. Part anecdotal, part empirical analysis, The F Word paints a detailed picture of the double-edged sword of being an open feminist within the workplace and how the workplace (and society) actively tries to sever work life from personal, family life; to the detriment of the employee, regardless of gender, as both are important. Through corroborating observatio [...]


    3. I think one of the great myths of today is that woman have achieved equality. We haven't - at least not in reality anyway. While it all appears good on paper, reality proves otherwise.You see, equality is about more than the right to a career, more than about equal pay for equal work, more than the right to make decisions about our own bodies, our own money, our own lives (although all of that is important), it's also about being viewed as equals in society regardless of our marital status, pare [...]


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