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Everyday Sexism (2014) investigates why sexism is so deeply embedded in society, from sexual attacks on women to the huge inequalities in how boys and girls are socialized. These slates demonstrate how sexism harms both men and women, and you will learn how to oppose sexism to build a more peaceful, equal society.

When Laura Bates was 25, she launched the Everyday Sexism project, urging women on social media to share their incidents involving sexism. She released the book of the same name two years later, compiling a document that was frightening yet expected.

• Those who wish to learn more about what defines sexism
• Parents who want to help their children succeed in the contemporary world
• Whoever is pushing for a more egalitarian future