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  • My First Little Book of Intersectional Activism

  • By: Titania McGrath
  • Narrated by: Alice Marshall
  • Length: 2 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (43 ratings)

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Summary

After the success of her debut Woke: A Guide to Social Justice, radical slam poet and intersectional feminist Titania McGrath has turned her talents to the realm of children's non-fiction. 

Aimed at activists from the age of six months to six years, Titania's book will help cultivate a new progressive generation. In a series of groundbreaking and poignant chapters, she will take you on a journey with some of the most inspiring individuals in history, such as Emmeline Pankhurst, Meghan Markle, Nelson Mandela, Hillary Clinton and Joseph Stalin.

©2020 Titania McGrath (P)2020 Hachette Audio UK

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A great laugh, if you have the humour for it.

Whilst not necessarily very well written (it's a bit childish, but it's supposed to be) it is very funny and takes a hammer to woke culture in the best traditions of British sarcasm. I recommend it to anyone who wishes to laugh (or cry) at the woke culture in this - or any - country.

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Extremely Funny.

I liked "Woke" a lot but this book is even better in my opinion. I guess improvement is to be expected as this foolish ideology constantly provides fresh material.
Too funny to listen to if you're at work trying to concentrate. Poe's law at it's finest.

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Very Funny, Great Sort-of-Sequel To Woke

Really enjoyed this, material is spot on and the narration is first class. If you know who "she" is, then you will enjoy this book.

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Please think of the children x

I’m concerned my nephews are growing up sexist because they play football and objectify Little Mix. I’ll buy them a copy of this book and let Titania, in her humble wisdom and sincerity, explain the gender pregnancy gap and who would win in a scenario based battle of wits between Mary Ann Evans and Andrew Doyle.

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Often chillingly believable

A welcome and clever riposte to the narcissistic plague which afflicts our poor, beleaguered society.

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Hilarious

Comic genius pointing out the hypocrisy and contradictions of the cult of wokeism. This book hilariously highlights how identity politics creates bigotry. Wake up people!

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  • 30-06-21

Funny but lacking in depth

I enjoy the reader's performance the most when reading this, she sounds so entertainingly self righteous when delivering her ridicous lines. The humor is a little juvenile and, while often pointing out legitimate problems with wokeism, often misses the points of the quotes it mocks and, like most humor, relies heavily on simple gut reactions to generate the laughs

Still, you shouldn't listen to comedy for the educational value and it did get a chuckle from me