‘An astute and persuasive page-turner . . . clear-sighted, compelling’Â Observer
‘I read this with great optimism and hope’Â Dr Pragya Agarwal
Too often, we blame women.Â For walking home alone at night. For not demanding a seat at the table. For not overcoming the odds that are stacked against them.Â
This distracts us from the real problem: the failings and biases of a society that was not built for women. In this explosive book, feminist writer and activist Laura Bates exposes the systemic prejudice at the heart of five of our key institutions.
Combining stories with shocking evidence, Fix the System, Not the Women is a blazing examination of sexual injustice and a rallying cry for reform.
‘Powerful . . . a summary of the injustices women face’Â Sunday TimesÂ