Popular Egalitarian Books

Bourgeois Babes, Bossy Wives, and Bobby Haircuts: A Case for Gender Equality in Ministry
Geist (Book of the Order, #1)
Heroes' Reward (Hero, #7)
Heroes Return (Hero, #5)
Heroes at Risk (Hero, #4)
Heroes Adrift (Hero, #3)
The Hero Strikes Back (Hero, #2)
Resenting the Hero (Hero, #1)
Heroes at Odds (Hero, #6)
Paul, Women, and Wives: Marriage and Women's Ministry in the Letters of Paul
Junia Is Not Alone
Jesus Feminist: An Invitation to Revisit the Bible’s View of Women
A Year of Biblical Womanhood
Discovering Biblical Equality: Complementarity Without Hierarchy
The Feminine Mystique by Betty FriedanThe Women's Room by Marilyn FrenchThe Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le GuinThe Color Purple by Alice WalkerSexual Politics by Kate Millett
Second Wave Feminism
116 books — 16 voters
The Role of Women in Society in the 20th Century by Salvatore FerrazzaniTwenty Years at Hull House by Jane AddamsThe Grimke Sisters from South Carolina by Gerda LernerJane Addams by Jane AddamsNarrative of Sojourner Truth by Sojourner Truth
First Wave Feminism
16 books — 3 voters

The Player of Games by Iain M. BanksUse of Weapons by Iain M. BanksExcession by Iain M. BanksConsider Phlebas by Iain M. BanksLook to Windward by Iain M. Banks
Best of The Culture
10 books — 37 voters
Anarchism and Other Essays by Emma GoldmanSCUM Manifesto by Valerie SolanasQuiet Rumours by Dark Star CollectiveQueering Anarchism by C.B. DaringThe Voltairine de Cleyre Reader by Voltairine de Cleyre
Anarcha-Feminist Books
15 books — 7 voters

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret AtwoodThe Vagina Monologues by Eve EnslerThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg LarssonHe's a Stud, She's a Slut, and 49 Other Double Standards Ever... by Jessica ValentiThe V Girl by Mya Robarts
Third Wave Feminism
84 books — 29 voters

Gustavo Gutiérrez
Charity is today a 'political charity.'. . . it means the transformation of a society structured to benefit a few who appropriate to themselves the value of the work of others. This transformation ought to be directed toward a radical change in the foundation of society, that is, the private ownership of the means of production.
Gustavo Gutiérrez, A Theology of Liberation

Bernard Lewis
It is often said that Islam is an egalitarian religion. There is much truth in this assertion. If we compare Islam at the time of its advent with the societies that surrounded it—the stratified feudalism of Iran and the caste system of India to the east, the privileged aristocracies of both Byzantine and Latin Europe to the west—the Islamic dispensation does indeed bring a message of equality. Not only does Islam not endorse such systems of social differentiation; it explicitly and resolutely re ...more
Bernard Lewis

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