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“Overall, I enjoyed this book, with a few glaring exceptions. Moran is really funny and accessible, and, as someone who proudly calls herself a feminist, I am always keen on feminist takes on pop-culture.
However, I found her views on the LGBT community regressive and ironic-- she seems to promote feminism while lumping "the gays" (her words) into some stereotype mash-up of "Will & Grace" and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"? No thank you.
My overall problem with the book is that the memoir genre of the book in itself gives a sense of finality. These are Moran's views and experiences, and are experiences many women have shared, but her style of writing doesn't really promote dialogue-- something the subject really needs.”
Kate Castle wrote this review Monday, September 2, 2013.