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Alida Nugent ✓ You Dont Have to Like Me book

You Dont Have to Like Me kindle ☆ Paperback ☆ The author of Don’t Worry It Gets Worse takes on the F word Alida Nugent’s first book Don’t Worry It Gets Worse received terrific reviews and her self deprecating “everygirl” approach continues to win the Internet savvy writer and blogger new fans Now she takes on one of todayHe Internet savvy writer and blogger new fans Now she takes on one of today’s hottest cultural topics feminism Nugent is a proud feminist and she’s not afraid to say it From the “scarlet F” thrust upon yo had i seen the blurb from bust claiming this is relatable i probably wouldn't've picked it up at the library however i did not because i pick books at random and read nothing about them not even the back covers it is a bad habit if a book is bright enough or shiny enough or adjective enough i will think to myself hm ok i will try this what can go wrong? nothing really except i just spent like parts of a whole day reading stuff i would have read on tumblr in 2009 maybe i would have liked this theni used to think calling women writers self indulgent was misogynist and it definitely is sometimes but jesus i can only read about menstruation and lipstick so many times i am sick of empowerment i don't know if alida nugent actually ever uses empowerment anywhere in this book but it's all the same maybe this is an issue with me and how burned out i feel with feminism the internet and maybe i am being callous about some things but i just don't care any everyone writes about abortion and eating disorders and beauty in the same way and it's boring there's no nuance it's not that i don't agree with these women writing these things i don't contest anything they have to say about abortion or eating disorders or beauty in theory at least but it's an echo chamber where everyone is reciting the same opinions endlessly and i'm tired of reading it

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U if you declare yourself a feminist at a party to how to handle judgmental store clerks when you buy Plan B You Don’t Have to Like Me skewers a range of cultural issues and confirms Nugent as a star on the ris 35 starsI feel like this is great point to start if you want to read about feminism but having read many other essays books on the topic I also have read better

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You Dont Have to Like MeThe author of Don’t Worry It Gets Worse takes on the F word Alida Nugent’s first book Don’t Worry It Gets Worse received terrific reviews and her self deprecating “everygirl” approach continues to win t This wasn't bad per se thus the it was ok star rating There were a few lines that I thought were great such as the followingGoing on a porn site as a woman is also like going to a crap retail store and being plus sized here's a tiny section devoted to you that has nothing you like Good luck We hate you p 205Never once do they consider that I might not want to be bought and that I am not a cow at all p 141I guess there were just a few too many topics that while I'm glad she supports and discusses them she really doesn't have much experience with them Also the writing felt a little scattered all over the place She speaks of inclusion and accepting women but then says things about going on a juice diet so that she can look good as if thin is the universal definition of good; or being grossed out by the pubic hair on a woman in a childbirth video as if pubic hair is something disgusting The writing felt a little bloggy and there are good books out there that started with blogs so it's not blogs I'm criticizing Her heart is in the right place I just think the writing needs refining