The Movement's founding ideology emphasises women should be valued for their inner qualities, spirit, and character, not for their physical attributes.Some men continue with unreformed attitudes but many submit - or are sent by their wives and daughters - to the Institute for internment and reeducation. Our narrator, an unapologetic guard at one of these reeducation facilities, describes how the Movement started, the challenges faced, her own personal journey, and what happens when a program fails. Outspoken, ambiguous, and terrifying, this socio-critical satire of our sexual norms sets the reader firmly outside of their comfort zone.
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way