There is a thin line between feminism and female chauvinism. The moment we cross it, the whole idea of feminism goes haywire and we fail to convey it to the laymen as well. Dance to my Tunes could be classified as feminist literature. The author has addressed every issue related to gender discrimination and called out the double standards of society.
These stories are of relationships. These stories touch upon social issues. These stories may inspire you. These stories make you feel like you are not alone. These stories may surprise you. These stories may entertain you.
Stories on the go-
A single mother had been cheated on by her boyfriend who claims that he never gave any promises of marriage; How is Karma going to play? A woman who recognizes late in her marriage that her sexual preferences are not straight- the author has clearly pointed out that injustice if done to men, or women are wrong. A girl who has been beaten by her husband finds no support from her own family because they expect her to be perfect. It is indeed a sad scenario that we see of late because women these days are way too independent for the conservative society to handle. Somehow I couldn’t concur with the climax, though it is happening everywhere. Two murder mysteries are added to the string of contemporary fiction. While I could relate to the fact that justice was served, the back story was more or less predictable and the mystery element failed.
In a nutshell, the book is a short, fast-paced, and interesting read for people who uphold the idea of feminism.