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Femmolution Volume 2 by LIZ KILILI

KShs2,500.00

 In these pages are the words of extraordinary women who breathe in air and breathe out resilience. Their remarkable stories, their poetry, their musings, and their expressive art have been collected here for the world to read.

Femmolution 2.0 celebrates the fierce joy of love, the thrill of great sex, recovery from traumatic experiences, our society’s triumphs, and our mothers. We’re not saying that it will change our life, but we do undoubtedly know that what these women have contributed will definitely make an impact.

ISBN: 9789914703160 SKU: BK00000001892

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