Win our book!

Greg at KineSophy interviewed us for his blog and he’s having a book giveaway.

Here’s an excerpt from the interview:

Greg: You co-write a blog called “Fit Is a Feminist Issue.” What does feminism mean to you?

Sam: Feminism for me is a commitment to women’s equality with a focus on the values of inclusion and diversity. It’s also about paying attention to intersectional injustice. My feminism is trans-inclusive, body positive, anti-racist, and anti-ableist. That’s not to say I always get things right. I don’t. I make mistakes like everyone else. I try to listen and to apologize when I get things wrong.

Tracy: Like Sam, I think of feminism as a social movement for equality that cares about inclusion and diversity. Feminist analysis recognizes unjust structures of power and social arrangements that privilege some and disadvantage others in systemic ways on the basis of membership in social groups. It’s not just about gender. A true feminist approach has to recognize intersecting social locations such as race, disability, sexuality, economic status, class, and others that generate unique forms of and experiences of oppression.

Go read the rest here.


We’re also hosting a giveaway over at GoodReads. You can win Fit at Mid-Life by Samantha Brennan and Tracy Isaacs. Giveaway ends June 23, 2018. See the giveaway details at Goodreads.
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A person with rolled up blue jeans and bare feet sitting on a stack of books, reading. The image is shot from the waist down. Photo from UnSplash, by Gaelle Marcel.