How to Be a Woman
Publish date: March 2012
Publisher: Ebury Press
Pages no: 312
Edition language: English
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Caitlin Moran is funny. I thoroughly enjoyed the parts of the book that were memoir and some of the parts that purported to be (all encompassing) objective notes on what women struggle with/care about/find most important did resonate with me, although many more were contrary to my personal experienc...
4.5 starsI love how real the author is. She's the type of person you want to actually know in real life. The information in this book is pure genius and simultaneously mostly basic stuff that we should know. She just says it. I definitely recommend it.
How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran was the April book from the feminist book club on Goodreads called Our Shared Shelf started by Emma Watson. I am continually thankful for this book group as it has really opened my horizons to some truly fantastic and interesting books that I don't know I would hav...
I've written before about how much I despised Lena Dunham's "feminist" memoir, and all I could think while reading this was that it's the middle-aged British equivalent. It's hypocritical with an understanding of history so narrow it's painfully trite. Moran argues that women haven't been present ...
90. HOW TO BE A WOMAN, BY CAITLIN MORANRecommended by Laura.Once again, I’ll just have to beg forgiveness. I’m just not in the right set of mind to read this book. It looks fascinating, and I’ll probably give it another try in the future, but fiction is my one true passion.I found myself suspiciousl...