Disobedient Bodies by Emma Dabiri
An unmissable essay from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Don't Touch My Hair and What White People Can Do Next.
For too long, beauty has been entangled in the forces of patriarchy and capitalism: objectification, shame, control, competition and consumerism. We need to find a way to do beauty differently.
This radical, deeply personal and empowering essay points to ways we can all embrace our unruly beauty and enjoy our magnificent, disobedient bodies.
Dimensions: 11 x 1.8 x 17.8 cm