A great collection of poems with a an attempt to awaken the society from the deep slumber. A silent cry against gender discrimination, against biased behaviour, against prejudice, hate and crime. The entire book is written in small letters and why not? Why some letters should be bigger than others?
This one cuts deep! It has just the right amount of sarcasm with dollops of wit. Talking about serious issues is not a child's play and after reading femonomic, I can safely say that the author is one of the most mature people I've read. The book has stuff that needs to be said out loud. If you're looking for a book that'll make you think and think hard, this is the one. Pick up a copy ASAP!
Great work !! It happens almost all the time women are discreminated in this society, or just deep inside herself she backs off from the fear of letting herself down. This world still needs to wake up...and our small initiatives might help.
Each piece is blunt, straight, thoughtful, touchy, inquisitive, introspective, and thought provoking. It's actually, in my opinion, is not a one time read. It's basically any time, any page, any number of times read. It's something to be read as re-read by each member of the society. Each poem is a new approach to address the meaning of life, liberty, crime against women, self responsibility, education, values, family, society, and the whole nation where each one of us has to play a better, participative, and active role to build is stronger without adding flavor of spineless politics in it.