To see this revolution that is largely off the radar screen requires a perceptual shift.
Iron Butterflies: Women Transforming Themselves and the World
Regine will talk about three perceptual shifts that make this revolution visible. Rather than empowering women, these shifts help women remember their power. Interested in sponsoring this event or future events? Contact Us.
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Are you an Iron Butterfly? And why would you want to be one?
Yes, I Consent. That focus is something that is covered early on in author and researcher Birute Regine's introduction. That said, the book is very well written and one I am glad I had the chance to review.
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The very fact that it isn't written for men is another reason for men to read it -- so long as they are willing to listen to what it has to say. The book strikes a balance between research and the anecdotal as it works through each chapter's main point. This allows the theory and the ideas to be grounded in something concrete in the lives of the 60 successful women whose lives are explored.