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Sexy Feminism A Girl's Guide to Love, Success, and Style

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ISBN-10: 0547738307

ISBN-13: 9780547738307

Edition: 2013

Authors: Jennifer Keishin Armstrong, Heather Wood Rud�lph, Heather Wood Rud�lph

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List price: $18.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 3/12/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.31" wide x 8.00" long x 0.68" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Jennifer Armstrong is a pop-culture writer with fifteen years of journalism experience. She spent nearly a decade at Entertainment Weekly , where she was a senior writer covering TV and women in entertainment. She is the author of Why? Because We Still Like You , a history of the original Mickey Mouse Club published by Grand Central, and is currently working on a book about The Mary Tyler Moore Show , to be published by Simon & Schuster in 2013. She has provided pop-culture commentary for CNN, VH1, A&E, and ABC, and her writing has been featured in Salon, Details.com, Match.com, Glamour , Budget Travel , and the Chicago Sun-Times . She also co-founded and continues to run SexyFeminist.com.…    

Heather Wood Rud�lph is the co-founder of sexyfeminist.com and a lifestyle writer and editor. She has spent twelve years covering entertainment and pop culture for outlets such as the Los Angeles Daily News , AOL and Movies.com, and editing lifestyle content for the likes of the Huffington Post and DAYSPA Magazine . She specializes in writing about feminism, pop culture and relationships, and teaches writing for the Gotham Writers’ Workshop.

Heather Wood Rudúlph is the co-founder of sexyfeminist.com and a lifestyle writer and editor. She has spent twelve years covering entertainment and pop culture for outlets such as the Los Angeles Daily News, AOL and Movies.com, and editing lifestyle content for the likes of the Huffington Post and DAYSPA Magazine. She specializes in writing about feminism, pop culture and relationships, and teaches writing for the Gotham Writers' Workshop.

Foreword: Our Own Feminist Journeys
Why Feminism Is Sexy
Our Poor Vaginas
Plastic Surgery: Can You?
Vanity Is Not a Feminist Sin
Is Dieting Antifeminist?
Being a Fashionista Can Be Empowering
The Working-Woman Problem
Be a Sexy Feminist, Not a Slut-Shaming One
Flirting and Dating: The Rules, the Game, and Real Life
Feminism in the Bedroom
Feminist Relationships: From Long-Term to Lifelong Partnership
Female Friendship: The Ultimate Feminist Act
Afterword: Activism Is Sexy: Real Ways to Fight for Feminism
Appendix: Resources for Sexy Feminists
Notes
Acknowledgments