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Building Consent Culture

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Publisher: Portland, OR : Thorntree Press, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781944934255
1944934251
Branch Call Number: 302.14 STRYKER
Characteristics: x, 212 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Penny, Laurie
Queen, Carol

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Oct 13, 2017

I have yet to read this book, but I have both read and heard lately a barrage of // women as never being responsible for anything but receiving payoffs and men are responsible for everything !!! \\ line of nonsensical reasoning --- which sounds purely predatory capitalistic in nature. Now, there are simply too many women on the political scene, and the non-profit scene, and the so-called // media \\ scene, who clearly work against workers' rights, and the first fundamental right upon which all others are based are workers' rights!
Instead, we have corporate-type women [or self-styled activist s- - today everyone working for a specific right, but supportive of The Establishment's stand against workers' rights - - and this includes so-called unions, too many of which are nothing but business associations - - is an activist?!?!?] who support the Status Quo, with the exception of the one item they are concerned with. [Is it Islamophobic to be against female genital mutilation which has been occurring at far too great of numbers - - one is too great, but over one-half million is beyond obscene - - according to the corporate activist it is!]

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