You are here: HomeReviews › Book Review Better Together By Danielle Strickland

Book review: Better Together by Danielle Strickland

Book review: Better Together by Danielle Strickland

Book review: Better Together by Danielle Strickland

3 March 2020

Danielle Strickland's new book redefines what it means for males and females to be equally partnered. Photo by Christina @ wocintechchat.com

By Jessica Morris

Danielle Strickland’s latest book, Better Together: How Women and Men Can Heal the Divide and Work Together to Transform the Future is a timely release showing how gender equity hinges on more than a changed mindset – it depends on changed practice.

Strickland has expertly crafted this book to redefine what it means for males and females to be equally partnered in business, marriage, culture and life. Unafraid to address taboos, such as the belief that males and females should never be alone together, and linking inequality with human trafficking, pornography and sexual harassment, this book could be a game-changer in our culture if we embrace it.

Available from koorong.com

Jessica Morris is a staff writer for Others.

Comments

No comments yet - be the first.

Leave a Comment


- Will not be published

Email me follow-up comments

Note: Your comment requires approval before being published.

Default avatarWould you like to add a personal image? Visit gravatar.com to get your own free gravatar, a globally-recognized avatar. Once setup, your personal image will be attached every time you comment.