Bookstore in São Paulo rescues peripheral voices with writings by women only

In total, there are about 1,800 titles written only by women, an "unprecedented" movement that seeks to correct a "hole" of "historical" injustices experienced by women over the centuries.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (EFE) In a modest room located on one of the busiest streets in downtown São Paulo, the 'Gato sem Rabo' Bookstore opened its doors novel and pioneering proposal in Brazil: to exhibit, sell and discuss works written exclusively by women.

It only takes one step to leave behind the noise and honking of Amaral Gurgel Street, one of the most important streets in the capital of São Paulo, and dive into the cozy room, which quickly invites you to embark on the infinite possibilities offered by the universe of books.

On its shelves, spread . . .

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