Best african poetry books according to redditors

We found 17 Reddit comments discussing the best african poetry books. We ranked the 3 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about African Poetry:

u/cum_penibus · 10 pointsr/OneY

I think he's almost got it. Women do have more sexual market value but it's not because they're inherently more attractive. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and men whether gay or straight have a lot more beauty in their eyes:

> [...] the combined flesh lust toward men of all the women in America is sufficient to sustain only one magazine, directed at women, featuring erotic pictures of men. Despite its fame, Playgirl is a small-scale publication boasting fewer subscribers than such narrow-audience magazines as Mother Earth News and Workbench. What's more, fully half its subscribers are men.

> The heterosexuality of women could not possibly be as socially suppressed as is the homosexuality of men; yet gay men find enough beauty in the flesh of men to allow gay erotica to flourish. And the heterosexual desires of men have made erotic imagery of women into a multibillion-dollar industry. But the heterosexual desires of women would seem to be only half sufficient to keep one low-circulation magazine afloat.

  • Tim Golditch

    Also men are randier than women. These perfectly natural phenomena conspire to give women massive leverage over men in the sexual realm. It's nothing to do with women's bodies being curvy.
u/Xemnas81 · 2 pointsr/FeMRADebates

No worries!

> Most importantly, boys and girls alike need to be taught to view all of the above as emotional tools to be picked up and put down as the situation demands - not as permanent characteristics against which they define their identities.

Funnily enough, this is the moral of Inside Out :p (albeit with non gender stereotyped emotional responses)

Have you read Loving Men, Respecting Women? You, me and the author seem to be on the same wavelength :)

u/reddityangu · 2 pointsr/suggestmeabook

Here is a title I would recommend. .
Its not exactly philosophical. But its something that can help work out your feelings.

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u/tallwheel · 1 pointr/PurplePillDebate

I agree. You might enjoy this particular MRA's book.