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    Blind Spot: Exploring and Educating

    In Blind Spot, Maud Rowell challenges readers to think differently about what they may take for granted. In educating about the realities of sight loss, Maud shows us how to be aware of our own blind spots, offering the knowledge needed to become better, more tolerant members of diverse communities.

    Whatever Next?: On Adult Adoptee Id

    Whatever Next? considers adult adoptive identities and how traditional narratives surrounding adoption have both dominated and damaged these communities.


    BFFs examines female friendship as a site of radical intimacy, as told through the cultural touchstones around us. From Elena Ferrante to Booksmart, Little Women to Insecure, and beyond, the book considers how female friendships can offer a more expansive and emancipatory understanding of female intimacy.

    Hair/Power: Essays on Control and F

    Hair is potent. It can be an emotional and intense matter across gender - it will grow in places you don't like, it may desert you - suddenly, or gradually. It is a symbol of gender, sexuality, status, and more.