This was a very good read for me. It really outlines the perspective of those who just want to be treated with the same regard and rules as everyone else – especially when they are out there in the front lines fighting for the rest of us.
Things would be much different if parents talked to their kids like this. It’s the direction we need at this day and time.
I can so relate. Especially on the 98.2%
Loved this post and I am now intrigued to read this book!
Last year when I attended the London Book Fair I had the pleasure of listening to an interview with Caitlin Moran, the author of How To Be a Woman. Before the interview started, a young woman sat down next to me and asked me if I was familiar with Moran. I had to confess that I was not. She said, “Oh, she’s hilarious. She’s the reason I came today.”
Moran did not disappoint. As it turns out, I found her to be comical and insightful. According to Moran, after a night at the pub, where she and her cohorts bemoaned the sad state of feminism, she decided to write a book about feminism. Five months later How To Be a Woman existed. I have to give it to her. Usually when I leave the pub I head home, drink some water, and hope I don’t have a headache in…
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