Make Your Own Sandwich

Make Your Own Sandwich

By Julie Mastrine

In an age when “Make me a sandwich!” or “I’m not a feminist, but…” is a common preface to discussing sexism in society, openly talking about feminist issues can be a challenge. This collection of essays features a 20-something’s musings on how sex and gender politics have shaped her worldview. She discusses common issues facing women and LGBTQ folks today, including street harassment, body-hatred, the decision to wear makeup, harmful messages in pop culture, and the politics of the #selfie. Make Your Own Sandwich offers a bold look at the flawed attitudes and societal structures facing young women today — and how a sense of empowerment can emerge through all the muck.

About Julie Mastrine
!--[if gte mso 9]>-- Julie Mastrine is a writer and PR professional based in PA. Her personal writing and ghostwriting have been featured in dozens of blogs and media outlets, and she can’t seem to shut up about feminism, civic...
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