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We Can Do Better Than This: An urgent manifesto for how we can shape a better world for LGBTQ+ people (English Edition) Format Kindle
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How do we shape a better world for LGBTQ+ people? Olly Alexander, Peppermint, Owen Jones, Beth Ditto, Shon Faye and more share their stories and visions for the future.
'A vital addition to your bookshelf' Stylist, 5 Books for Summer
'Captivating... A must-read' Gay Times, Books of the Year
In We Can Do Better Than This, 35 voices - actors, musicians, writers, artists and activists - answer this vital question, at a time when the queer community continues to suffer discrimination and extreme violence. Through deeply moving stories and provocative new arguments on safety and visibility, dating and gender, care and community, they present a powerful manifesto for how - together - we can change lives everywhere.
'Powerful, inspiring...urgent' Attitude
'Read and be inspired' Peter Tatchell
'Illuminating' Paul Mendez, author of Rainbow Milk
'Friendly and fierce' Jeremy Atherton Lin, author of Gay Bar
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Biographie de l'auteur
Owen Jones was born in Sheffield, grew up in Stockport and studied history at Oxford. His first book, the international bestseller Chavs, was long-listed for the Guardian First Book Award and chosen as one of The New York Times top 10 non-fiction books of 2011. In 2013 he won Young Writer of the Year at the Political Book Awards. His second book was the bestselling The Establishment: and How They Get Away With It, an exposé of Britain's powerful elites. He is a columnist for the Guardian and a frequent broadcaster. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition hardcover.
Revue de presse
With We Can Do Better Than This, Amelia Abraham has switched on every light in the queer village, illuminating the still-not-visible and giving space to many, important, intersectional voices on pregnancy and gender, for instance; refuge; ageing and queer community, or the dream of a trans-majority future. Let this be an invitation for us to read further on every pertinent subject and brilliant mind in it-- Paul Mendez, author of Rainbow Milk
A queer selection box that's at once thought-provoking and powerful, and at times very funny. This is a snapshot of where we are now, and where we need to get to -- Juno Dawson, author of This Book is Gay
A vibey roundtable, an atlas charting global disparities but also interconnectedness, an expedition over the rainbow, a friendly and fierce survey of this critical juncture. Join up -- Jeremy Atherton Lin, author of Gay Bar
We Can Do Better Than This is a diverse and powerful collection of writing from 35 inspiring figures, as they reflect on their own experiences of being queer. It poses a simple but essential question: how can we create a better world for our LGBTQ+ family? . . . Urgent and vital -- Uli Lenart ― Book of the Month, Attitude
Captivating . . . We Can Do Better Than This imagines the next step for our community . . . Digs deep to present a candid commentary on the LGBTQ+ community's ongoing issues and delivers hopeful, thoughtful solutions. Simply put, it's a must-read ― Gay Times, 10 LGBTQ+ Books You Have to Read this Pride Month
This powerful collection of essays brings together an array of vital voices reflecting on LGBTQ+ equality . . . This book is a pressing and necessary call for progress in LGBTQ+ rights ― Porter, 10 Motivational Books to Inspire Change in 2021
Tackles questions around the true meaning of equality and how we get there ― Vogue
Thoughtful and thought-provoking, this book embodies the rainbow-coloured diversity of the queer community and neatly articulates the struggles ahead. It is an education in why the concept of 'pride' remains not only relevant but critical -- Mohsin Zaidi, author of A Dutiful Boy
Read and be inspired! Global voices with ideas to shape a brighter LGBTQ+ future - a planet without criminalisation, discrimination and hate crime. This book is a reminder that it starts with us and now -- Peter Tatchell --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition hardcover.
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- ASIN : B08P4DFK61
- Éditeur : Vintage Digital (3 juin 2021)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 2438 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 319 pages
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The book contains historical analysis, biographies, qualitative data and manifestos for future actions that are required for equality to be realised.
In particular, the book demonstrates how homophobia, transphobia and misogyny are endemic throughout the world, and indeed even within so called "liberal democracies". The real lived experiences of queer people making their way through the world is at times tragic but is also moving, uplifting and extremely thought provoking.
The most enjoyable aspect to this book are the varieties of style and the diverse content matter that is contained in the 35 essays in the book; this ensures that the reader is kept "hooked" and is always looking forward to seeing what the next author has to say.
The key message of the book is how we need to be involved within our queer communities, supporting each other and continually challenging our oppression with political action. This is a time that there are dangerous forces trying to diminish our visibility and roll back the clock on our achievements and progress over the last 50 years. There is no time to lose and we must continue to challenge our enemies and fight for queer equality in all aspects of our lives.