Hilarious tongue-in-cheek feminist satirical comedy? Or something? Anyways, it was very well developed, with a huge cast that go through remarkable personal growth, and a fairly balanced perspective - some pages spent on male identity issues, for instance. Like a lot of the latest wave of feminism, there's broad representation (variety of economic, race, sex orientation and identity incorporated) as well as pro-sex perspectives, so depending on your background and position, you'll be cheering throughout, or mildly disturbed. The whole thing is fairly inoffensive as humour - or massively offensive, if you take it seriously, I guess. I found it pretty funny and timely, but wouldn't necessarily recommend it for younger teens. Quick & fun read with some challenging and thought-provoking material tucked in among the laughs and silliness.