Obey, obey, obey, then do what you want.
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, by Lisa See
Whenever I look back on the books I’ve read and reviewed on this blog, they remind me of certain times in my life. 586 more words
By Leslie Lindsay
Let me introduce you to this luminous debut, THE GUINEVERES, brimming with wisdom about four girls caught in the throes of a war, their own burgeoning sense of self, fought with religious strife. 1,558 more words
I first read Ismat Chughtai’s highly acclaimed and highly controversial “Lihaaf” as a teenager, relatively ignorant of the intricacies of gender and sexuality. I read it again several years later when I was not quite so innocent, or perhaps, ignorant, anymore. 314 more words
I feel I stand in a desert with my hands outstretched, and you are raining down upon me.
Carol, by Patricia Highsmith
Whenever I consume any form of media, whether books, TV shows, or movies, I tend to focus on the representation of women (or, sometimes, the lack thereof). 520 more words