Gloria Steinem, Moving Beyond Words: Age, Rage, Sex, Power, Money, Muscles: Breaking the Boundaries of Gender (1994).
Through a collection of essays, this book challenges social inequalities and their barriers.  Readers are encouraged to redefine their own roles outside of commonly accepted norms. The essays range from discussions about women and sports, the impact of the advertisement industry, social class, economics, growing older, and an imagining of a matriarchal world of female dominance through the fictional Dr. Phyllis Freud. Through the essays, Gloria Steinem proposes fundamental new ways of re-conceptualizing  gender.

Submitted by:
Melissa M. Bell, Ph.D., M.S.W., L.S.W.
Associate Professor/Field Placement Coordinator
Social Work Program
Chatham University