15 Worthwhile Books You Might Have Missed in 2015

asking for it

Asking For It, Kate Harding (Da Capo)

This witty, super-feminist look at rape culture could not have been more timely in 2015. Harding offers the clearest possible explanation for the way the media and the culture at large stacks the deck against rape victims and makes it harder to imagine a world where justice and sexual equality go hand and hand.  But in addition to diagnosing the problem, Harding provides perfect handbook for  articulating a solution, and explaining why the status quo can’t last. — SS