Download A Little F'd Up: Why Feminism Is Not a Dirty Word by Julie Zeilinger PDF

By Julie Zeilinger

Younger ladies this day have a nasty acceptance, and for strong cause: They’re sexting their classmates, they spend extra time on fb than they do at school, and their urge for food for cloth possessions and fact television is matched merely by means of their overwhelming apathy approximately very important social and political matters. Right?


FBomb weblog writer Julie Zeilinger debunks those (and different) myths approximately smooth formative years in a bit F’d Up, the 1st publication approximately feminism for younger women of their kids and twenties to truly be written by means of one among their friends. during this available instruction manual, Zeilinger takes a severe, sincere, and funny examine the place younger feminists are as a new release, and the place they’re going—and she does so from the point of view of somebody who’s within the trenches correct along her readers.

Fun, humorous, and fascinating, a bit F’d Up is a must-read for the becoming variety of clever, proficient younger women available in the market who're able to begin discovering their voice—and altering the area.

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Then up I'd pop through the hole, wearing a spangled dress, and dance round the table, distributing streamers, favours and bonbons. " 'But sometimes the greediest ones burst into tears and said it was a mean trick, and cake was what they wanted, not a visit from the fairies. " 'Possibly due to the circumstances of my conception, I had always suffered from claustrophobia. I found I could scarcely bear the close confinement of those hollowed cakes. I grew to dread the moment of my incarceration under the icing and I would beg and plead with my master to let me free but he would threaten me with the oven and say, if I did not do as he bid me, then, next time, he would not serve me in a cake but bake me in a volau-vent.

She always woke at sunset, like night-scented stock; she ate, she filled a bedpan, and then she slept again. This difference, only: now, each night, at midnight, Toussaint gathered her dreaming body in his arms and took her to the crypt. She would have been about twenty-one when I first knew her, pretty as a picture, although a mite emaciated. Her female flow grew less and less the time she slept, until at last it scarcely stained the rag and then dried up altogether but her hair kept on growing, until it was as long as she was herself.

She gave him this scientific verification of Toussaint's existence with a dazzling smile. It was true that Fevvers had won the friendship of many men of science. Walser recalled how the young woman had entertained the curiosity of the entire Royal College of Surgeons for three hours without so much as unbuttoning her bodice for them, and discussed navigation in birds with a full meeting of the Royal Society with such infernal assurance and so great a wealth of scientific terminology that not one single professor had dared be rude enough to question her on the extent of her personal experience.

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