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How to be a Woman (Paperback)
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How to be a Woman (Paperback)

Paperback Published: 16/06/2011
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1913 - Suffragette throws herself under the King's horse. 1969 - Feminists storm Miss World. Now - Caitlin Moran rewrites "The Female Eunuch" from a bar stool and demands to know why pants are getting smaller. There's never been a better time to be a woman: we have the vote and the Pill, and we haven't been burnt as witches since 1727. However, a few nagging questions do remain...Why are we supposed to get Brazilians? Should you get Botox? Do men secretly hate us? What should you call your vagina? Why does your bra hurt? And why does everyone ask you when you're going to have a baby? Part memoir, part rant, Caitlin Moran answers these questions and more in "How To Be A Woman" - following her from her terrible 13th birthday ('I am 13 stone, have no friends, and boys throw gravel at me when they see me') through adolescence, the workplace, strip-clubs, love, fat, abortion, TopShop, motherhood and beyond.

Publisher: Ebury Press
ISBN: 9780091940737

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“How to be a Woman”

Caitlin Moran is just brilliant. She has always been a favourite of mine to read, and so I was ridiculously excited to hear she had a book coming out.

I wasn't disappointed! I laughed all of the way through, in... More


The way Moran reflects on controversial experiences such as periods, discovering masturbation, pregnancy and abortion are both brutally honest and at times, hilarious. Her writing style is ballsy. It’s a refreshing... More

30th January 2012
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“Couldn't Put It Down”

I loved the honesty and wit with which Moran approached a subject that isnt uaually associated with humour. You can relate to so many of the situations in the book whislt also agreeing with many of the points she... More

25th January 2012
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