Pitched as a 21st century handbook for women and girls, Tara Moss’ book is a very practical guide to why speaking out is an issue for women. She covers how to speak out and how to manage the various responses you might encounter when you speak up publicly as a woman.
Backed up by research and written in her usual easy reading style, it’s a great book for anyone who feels challenged or frightened about speaking up in public spaces (whether as a public speaker, as a writer, or on social media).
I particularly love her section on diversionary tactics; tactics used to derail and silence an argument rather than address it. Particularly helpful are her notes on diversion number 5: Textbook Diversion or ‘What about men?’ and diversion number 10: The Semantic Loop or ‘Not all men’. 😉
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