My Subconsciously Feminist Father – Yashika Singla
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My Subconsciously Feminist Father imagines a world where parents, especially fathers, yearn for and attempt to raise feminist sons. Yashika Singla writes about how she and her two siblings (a sister and brother) were accidentally raised as feminists by her very ignorant-in-the-matter father, simply because he believed in the concept of fairness and, together with her mother, made an honest attempt to raise their three children equally.
Recounting examples from her childhood and young adulthood, Yashika shows how even the smallest actions undertaken by parents can impact the world they create for their children. She discusses how the feminist ideals she unthinkingly absorbed as a child ultimately came to the fore in her adult relationships and gave her the confidence to stay true to herself. Part memoir and part manifesto, the book is peppered with ‘unsolicited suggestions’ that remind fathers (and mothers) that they can build a better society by inculcating the right values in their children. My Subconsciously Feminist Father’s message is simple: let’s all raise feminist families.
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