FEMINIST FATALE: YOUNG WOMEN REMAKE THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION
REVIEWS & PRAISE:
The 1991 book was widely covered and reviewed, in such publications as the Washington Post, Elle, and Time.
- LA TIMES (October 20,1991): “Interesting, surprising….a thoughtful book by a promising, provocative writer. Paula Kamen has done her homework and has had the courage to back up her point of view.”
- KIRKUS (October 15, 1991): “If the feminist movement is to survive, Kamen argues, power must be transferred to her generation, and the consciousness- raising process must begin again. A highly responsible and eye-opening work-- and an excellent complement to Susan Faludi's Backlash.”
- SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL “Lively, well written and provocative.”
- Feminist scholar BELL HOOKS: called the book “one of the most well researched and thoughtful discussions of the factors that shape responses to feminist thinking among younger women.
- Feminism Unfinished: A Short, Surprising History of American Women’s Movements, by Dorothy Sue Cobble, Linda Gordon, Astrid Henry
- Not My Mother’s Sister, by Astrid Henry
- Catching a Wave: Reclaiming Feminism for the 21st Century, by Rory Dicker & Alison Piepmeier
- What Women Want: An Agenda for the Women's Movement, by Deborah L. Rhode
- The World Split Open: How the Modern Women's Movement Changed America, by Ruth Rosen
- Tidal Wave: How Women Changed America at Century's End, by Sara Evans