So All Voices May Be Heard

So All Voices May Be Heard : A Book and Website Inspired by Women's Discrimination Against Other Women, and Men

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Women have typically been lumped into different categories; wife-mothers in one box, single happily childless in a different and oft-hated box, lesbians in another, and so on. The editor was inspired to work to unite all different types of and views on women after spending a lifetime being discriminated against by straight and gay women alike for her being a nonconformist to any of their lifestyle choices. She also wanted to invite men into the conversation, and not just to say flattering things about women but to talk about their real experiences with women, positive or negative. This book explores women: mothers, happily childless, bisexual, and everyone in between, without censoring any of women's experiences from having children to having abortions or using their minds to pursue Sustainable Business and eco-friendly practices. And without disregarding the experiences men have with women (good or bad) as women are neither saints nor whores but real people. It has a companion wesbite,, which includes a "Resources for all" section to showcase charities/ non-profits representing causes for all different women and girls around the world, including one or two addressing father's rights as women can't be liberated without liberating men, at least a little. This and the editors' other books are available as E-book and Paperback through Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Powell's Books, and more

Product details

  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.79mm | 117.93g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 151413330X
  • 9781514133309

About Ava Collopy

Ava Collopy's short stories and poems are published in 'Treading Water', 'In Our Own Words', 'Down in the Dirt', 'Pulse Literary Journal', 'Ascent Aspirations', and others. She's traveled through North America and Europe while doing different jobs, volunteer work, and giving blood many times. She's a happily life-long non-mom with many friends, who's oft enjoyed being a single independent female, a fact she proudly promotes to remind women everyone's free to make the choices that are right for them. This and her other books, including-'Surviving the Straight, White, Rich Man's Jungle, and their Women: Short Stories', 'Live Boldly, Fear Nothing: a Vigilante and a Painter, a Novel, 3rd ed.', '8 Days a Week: the Story of a Working Man, a Novel', 'Disarm: Poems & Songs', 'Learning to be a Good Editor: by Adapting Novels into Screenplays and Stage Plays'-are available as E-book or Paperback from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Powell's Books, and elsewhere. Excerpts, Author Q&A, Photos, and more are on her website: She has a short video on YouTube where she talks about her books, and more