Review: Specials & Extras – Scott Westerfeld

Publishing Date: 9.5. 2006 & 2.10.2007 Pages: 384 & 417 Genre(s): YA; Dystopian; Fiction Favourite Quote: “Life doesn't come with an instruction manual.” Why I think it’s feminist: I don’t. After reading book one and two of the series I... Continue Reading →


Review: The Female of the Species – Mindy McGinnis

Publishing Date: 20.09.2016 Pages: 352 Genre(s): YA; Mystery; Fiction Favourite Quote: “But boys will be boys, our favorite phrase that excuses so many things, while the only thing we have for the opposite gender is women, said with disdain and... Continue Reading →

5 comics to read in the spirit of the Women’s March on Washington

Today hundreds of thousands of women and (hopefully) men will march. Most of them will descend on Washington, DC to fight for women’s rights as human rights, against sexism and attacks on reproductive health care, abortion services as well as... Continue Reading →

January Reading List

In the first month of the feminist reading year here on owlgazer I am going to read and review four books. The Female of the Species - Mindy McGinnis It's always hard to choose a book at the beginning of... Continue Reading →

What is Feminism, really?

Let me get this straight: This is not a question I can answer with an all-purpose definition. Feminism refers to a diverse variety of beliefs, ideas, movements, and agendas for action. Although there exist some core similarities and believes the... Continue Reading →

Welcome to 2017!

Another year is officially over. And what a year that was! 2016 meant many different things to me (possibly to you too). For one it meant the opening of this blog which was extraordinary. I want to stop here and... Continue Reading →

Breathe in, breathe out, live on It's still raining outside. It has been raining for weeks now, turning small streams into rivers and gravel walks into puddles of mud. The rain doesn't make me sad or depressed though like it... Continue Reading →

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