This book will remind you that when the mainstream media talks about post-feminism and the apathy of twentysomethings, you're not the only one who responds by shouting, "What the fuck are you talking about?" Ok, some of the writing is disappointing—but some of it's fabulous, and all of it's thought-provoking. The ethnicities and sexualities of the contributors are more widely varied than in any anthology I've seen, and racism in the feminist movement is confronted with a directness and fierceness rarely seen in an integrated setting. If the issues are new to you, it's an education. If not, it's an inflammatory, inspiring reminder that feminist political thought and action are possible, important and liberatory. Just read it, alright?