The Lipstick and War Crimes Series has several editions and covers that are the same book, designed to reach various audiences. Feminism Revisited is the feminist edition of Vol. 1 of the Lipstick and War Crimes Series by Ray Songtree and introduces us to the mind boggling reality of gender sculpting, using some of the female icons of the last 70 years. From Gloria Steinem to Miley Cyrus, we discover who was behind the creation of our values and why. All students of feminism will find this exposé personally valuable. The author encourages those who download the e-book to give it away to everyone you know. It is that relevant.
The true history of Marilyn Monroe, Katherine Hepburn, Gloria Steinem, Madonna, Shirley McClain, Miley Cyrus, Beyoncé Knowles, Angelina Jolie, Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Jane Fonda, Alice Walker and more, comes to light in this exposé on feminism and our scripted ideas of gender and blurred gender. Henry Kissinger, Barack Obama, and Warren Beatty come onstage to show us the male side of the program.
We are all slowly waking up to the fact we have been socially engineered our entire lives. Men will learn just as much women from this fascinating but rather shocking history of who we think we are. Though we can grasp that history might have been distorted in schools, it is more difficult to imagine that our sexual values have been programmed by an organized media and that celebrities are created for that purpose. We usually take our values for granted. Now you won’t.
Lipstick refers to exaggerated feminine energy, and war crimes refers to exaggerated male energy. Feminism Revisited has also been published with the name… A Thinking Girl’s Guide to Sexual Identity: Navigating Heartbreak, Survival and the Media Matrix. Both are Vol. 1 and include over 100 color images and 50 references for your wondering mind. There is also a 20 page photo essay that introduces the larger Series, the Table of Contents for Lipstick and War Crimes: Vol. 2, and an introduction that gives a bio about the author.
The celebrity exposés combined with the deep discussion of values will interest all readers.
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