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Women In Their 30s Love These 11 Feminist Books  

Feminism for females on their third decade.

Feminism is an ideology for people of all genders and ages. Regardless of whatever time of their life they might fist stumble upon it, our gates are open and our knowledge and ideas always remain set in stone ready to be adopted by anyone no matter their background.

Among all of our adherents and prospective adherents, women into their thirties are a specially cared for demographic.Our patriarchal society is fond of disenfranchising them by instilling the society-wide idea that women in their 30s are significantly less attractive than their younger counterparts, therefore invisibilizing them extensively, sexually and socially.

This great injustice is gradually being fought back in the present day with evermore common media portrayals of older females in exciting, dependable, and sexually attractive roles. But still it would greatly help to instill this confidence further on the subject, and for that, we present you the best feminist books for women in their 30s that will show you just how great the third decade can be.

#1 Don’t Feel Stuck! by Jaclyn Johnston

Don’t Feel Stuck! teaches you how to manifest your success and happiness in your life. You learn how to empower yourself by identifying and releasing stubborn mental beliefs and establish your newly positive belief system created by you, for you. In addition, you learn how to anchor your new belief system into your soul’s core and take inspired actions to show the Universe exactly what you desire into your life.

The Universe is your oyster! Journal your new reality into existence, literally, because writing down your dreams and desires followed by taking soul-inspired actions speed up ALL your manifestations into your physical realm. It’s time to release your fear and ManiFast: Manifest Faster!

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#2 Postpartum: A Story of Unraveling and Becoming by Flow Belinsky

A Story of Unraveling and Becoming to feminist women in their 30’s. This raw, honest account of one woman’s experience in her first year of motherhood delves deeply into feminist themes on work, independence, freedom, and how to maintain autonomy while being a mother and a wife. It also tells the real truth about early motherhood, postpartum depression, anxiety, addiction and recovery, which are topics not often talked about so openly.

This book is perfect for women in their 30s, whether they have kids or not. If they have kids, it will help them feel less crazy in their hardships, and if they don’t, it will help them feel a little more grateful to be childless. This book is an important work for feminist literature, theory and culture in the modern age.

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#3 You Are Worthy: A Guide For The Overwhelmed Perfectionist by Julee Hunt

A guide for the overwhelmed perfectionist struck a chord with me as I left my consulting job in Europe and moved back home. With 8 years of experience in 3 countries and 2 languages, I couldn’t seem to get anyone to respond to my job applications.

Feeling low and wholly unconfident in myself, I read this book knowing I wasn’t alone in feeling this way – in tying my entire worth as a human to my career. Hunt shares personal stories and tools that helped me find my own worthiness again and start my own business.

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#4 Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms by Amanda Steinberg

Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms is a little known hidden gem – an absolutely “must read” for all women of all ages. Amanda Steinberg helps you understand your money story (i.e., the story you have been telling yourself about money since childhood) and helps you re-write your own money story. She explores the ways in which women are losing out in the money game with actionable ways to change. Worth It changed my relationship with money, my money story, and my life!

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#5 The Plastic Seed by Maisie Porter

THE PLASTIC SEED is an environmental thriller that explores the hypocrisy of some aspects of the philosophy of wellness. This novella features a strong female character who overcomes many trials to become even stronger. The book is part satire of the human potential movement, and sincere testimony to the ability of humans to face facts when given no choice.

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#6 The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation by Caitlin Fisher

With topics ranging from the American Dream to marriage to parenting and even flirting in the #MeToo era, The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation helps break down the claims against the 20- and 30-somethings in society. This book will help you feel like maybe you’re not crazy for expecting more from life and the hard work you put into it.

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#7 Feminist Fight Club by Jessica Bennett

I read it on recommendation of my mentor, and it’s been a text that’s become a mainstay of my personal and professional life for nearly three years now. It’s so useful, it’s become a part of my coaching curriculum too. This book is fantastic as a practical resource for daily interactions – it’s chock full of data to back you up in all kinds of situations, but it’s presented in a digestible, often hilarious, and highly applicable way. It’s perfect for any working woman in her 30s – whether that’s in an office or not.

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#8 The Myth of the Nice Girl by Fran Hauser

This book disproves the perception that women who are nice in the workplace can’t experience success. It provides the reader with tools and real-life scenarios and empowers you to be the women you are, but on a whole new level.

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#9 We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

By the award-winning author of Americanah and Half of a Yellow Sun, We Should All Be Feminists is an account of what feminism means today, a personal, eloquently-argued essay—adapted from her much-viewed TEDx talk of the same name.

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#10 Visionary Women by Andrea Barnet

Four visionaries who profoundly shaped the world we live in today. Jane Jacobs fought for livable cities and strong communities; Rachel Carson warned us about poisoning the environment; Jane Goodall demonstrated the indelible kinship between humans and animals, and Alice Waters urged us to reconsider what and how we eat. Together, these women in their choice to break the spoken and unspoken rules—showed what one person speaking truth to power can do.

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#11 Modern Classics Room of Ones Own (Penguin Modern Classics) by Virginia Woolf

In 112 pages, Virginia Woolf crafts an essay about women: give them money and a room of their own and you enable more women to write. In the midst of it all, she talks about women’s history, the challenges faced by our women ancestors. She emphasizes the importance of acknowledging what they did and move the needle further. A pragmatic approach to women’s independence and equality. Considered the bible of books by women to come to in times of rejection.

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Contributors to this article
Jaclyn Johnston from Manifest It!

Flow Belinsky from Mama Get Real

Christina Albe from Haus von Albe

Julia Egan from Balancing Bravely

Maisie Porter

Caitlin Fisher from Born Again Minimalist

Kourtney Thomas from Kourtney Thomas Coaching

Kara Schilling from Kara Schilling

Dhara Doshi from BookPrescriber

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