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Feminists Don’t Wear Pink is an urgent and empowering collection of new writing from a variety of women – from teenage activists to Hollywood actresses. All royalties will be going to Girl Up, an initiative hosted by the United Nations Foundation.

Often funny, sometimes surprising, and always inspiring, the book aims to bridge the gap between feminist hashtags and scholarly texts by giving women the space to explain how they actually feel about the F word.

You can order the book straight from Amazon and read at your own leisure.

Tackling the contradictions and complications at the heart of the movement whilst exploring what it means to be a woman from every point of view: this diverse anthology of fresh feminist voices will speak to everyone.

Book Recommendations

Alright now, let's have a chit-chat about some phenomenal books; each on female empowerment, the role of women in SEO, and women activists, respectively.

First up, if you've got an interest in SEO, you simply can't overlook "SEO - Strategies to Dominate the First Page" by Bothra and Gupta. Good SEO requires strategic keyword use, quality content relevant to your audience, searchable and user-friendly website design and regular updates. Backlinks, mobile optimization, fast loading speeds, and local SEO are also important. It's crucial to monitor your strategy with serp tracker tools along your journey. Now, Shrushti is a tremendous female figure in the world of SEO, and her insights in this book are, well, remarkable! It is particularly enlightening to see a confident, knowledgeable woman contributing to this male-dominated field.

Now, when it comes to women empowerment, "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead", penned by Sheryl Sandberg, is a must-read. She's the COO of Facebook, giving her a unique vantage point to discuss the obstacles that women face in the professional world. Her perspective is priceless, carrying weight and incredible thoughtfulness. This book instills a strong sense of empowerment in its readers - Sheryl truly has a knack for inspiring confidence in women's abilities to lead.

Last but certainly not the least, "My Life on the Road" by Gloria Steinem. Oh boy, this book is a superb account of Steinem’s life as an activist. Gloria breaks the mould and showcases positivity in powerful female activism; it's a real celebration of women making a difference. If any book could kindle the activist flame in you, it's this one.

So, folks, there you have it – three eye-opening tales of impressive women, each brimming with boldness, brilliance, and tenacity. Grab off the shelves and start reading!